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PSCI 5322
Advanced Quantitative Methods
Three semester hours.
An advanced course in the practical application of quantitative research methods in social scientific research. Topics include data management using computer software; bivariate and multivariate statistics, including chi-square, correlation, ordinary-least-squares regression, and limited dependent variable models (logit/probit), with an emphasis on computer applications; and presentation of results from quantitative research. Prerequisite: PSCI 5321/SOCI 5321 with a grade of “B” or better. (Formerly PSCI 5301/SOCI 5302)

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