Research Methods II (Qualitative Methods and Legal Research)
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

This course provides students with training in qualitative and legal research methodologies. The content of this course is divided into three sections. The first segment is designed to introduce students to the various epistemological differences between qualitative and quantitative methodology. The second segment exposes students to qualitative research design including research ethics, theoretical grounding, data collection techniques and organization, and interpretation and reporting of data findings. The third section provides students with the opportunity to build on their knowledge, communication and analytical skills to make effective and legally defensible arguments. (Online Learning only)

Additional Course Information
PD300 or OL233/CC233/HS233. (Note: Students who have completed a methods course in another Honours program must contact academic advising before enrolling.)
CC426, PD426.