MSCA 615Research Methodology - Administrative Sciences

Credits:

3.0

Department:

Management

Program:

MSc
The objective of this seminar is to provide a basic understanding of the research process and a knowledge of the methods used in the design and execution of scientific research relevant to social sciences, and specifically the business context. The seminar helps students to develop skills needed to assess the feasibility and potential contribution of proposed studies, and to critically evaluate research reported by others. The application of relevant research methods are reviewed through discussions of exemplary articles published in leading journals. Cornerstone topics in this seminar include: theory construction, measurement, overview of data collection methods, reliability, as well as internal and external validity issues.
Students who have taken MSCA 612, MSCA 613 or MSCA 614 may not take this seminar for credit.