ISMG 7220 - Research methods: Design and Analysis.

Research methods: Design and Analysis. Topics include: research design, approaches to gathering data; sampling methods; linear multivariate analysis methods emphasizing structural equations models; and a brief survey of other methods such as cluster analysis, multidimensional scaling, methods such as neural nets, CART and/or genetic algorithms. While much of the material is of general interest, the course emphasizes methods and situations to prepare students in the CS/IS PhD program for research in their field(s). The course includes student projects involving the analysis of data using appropriate software, whose results are presented to the class.Semester Hours: 3Prerequisite: BUSN 6530 (or equivalent) and either PhD student status or permission of instructor.Cross-listed with: DSCI 6220.
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