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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
ORSC (ORSC)
ORSC
4161
Research Methods in Organizational Sciences
Research Methods Org Sciences
Fall 2015
3
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Seminar
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organizational science majors
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No
STAT 1053 and ORSC 1109
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Fundamentals of qualitative, correlational, quasi-experimental, and experimental research design in organizational settings. Defining a research question, designing a research study, conducting and interpreting statistical analyses, and communicating results of a variety of research efforts.
At the end of the course, students will be able to: • Describe the main issues and challenges facing organizational researchers, including the importance of theory in developing methods • Evaluate various organizational research methods, their advantages, disadvantages, and uses • Plan and design appropriate and effective research projects to test hypotheses within an organizational context, including both methodological and statistical elements • Write the introduction, literature review, proposed methods, and analyses sections of a full research proposal that will then be executed in ORSC 4197 • Analyze and evaluate organizational research efforts of others, identifying strengths and weaknesses
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