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Course C2: Survey Methods in Human Research

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This course focuses on questionnaire design, survey methods, statistics in research design and data analysis. Essential issues of human research (such as ethical aspects and data protection) are also included. A series of topics is published online.

Who is this course designed for?
Students who wish to undertake survey-based research within human populations.

What are the entry requirements?
There are no formal entry requirements for this course. Please note that the number of students who can register for each course is limited. Interested students are, therefore, encouraged to apply early.

Course objectives
To enable students to:

Learning outcomes
By the end of this course students should be able to:

Course content
The course is divided into the following Modules:

Course materials
Most of the teaching material is published on the CIREM website. This allows students to choose where and when they study. Each student will also receive a course folder, which provides supportive material and summary details of the course content.

Tuition and student support
This course is currently without tutor support. However, students who would like to have access to a resident tutor for the duration of the course should contact the CIREM Programme Manager to discuss this possibility. The tutors for CIREM courses are postdoctoral researchers. They can be contacted by students for discussion of the course content and its application to the student's own research ideas.

Duration and attendance
This course runs for ten weeks.

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