The Graduate Certificate in Mixed-Methods Research seeks to credential students for the growing need for sophisticated research skilled personnel to conduct and summarize social science research. Graduate students in this applied program will develop knowledge and skills related to designing, conducting, and analyzing mixed-methods research. This certificate program consist of five, three-credit hour courses (15 total credit hours). Graduate students in this applied program will develop knowledge and skills related to designing, conducting, and analyzing mixed-methods research.
The courses include:
- EMR 6450: Data Analytics I: Designed Studies
- EMR 6500: Survey Research
- EMR 6480: Qualitative Research Methods
- EMR 6580: Qualitative Practicum
- EMR 6560: Mixed Methods Research
The EMR Graduate Certificate programs are designed primarily for individuals who are looking to expand their knowledge and experience through extended graduate coursework in one of the three certificate areas.
- Complete a bachelor's degree in good standing from an accredited institution
- Submit a one-page statement explaining interest in this certificate
- Submit three letters of professional recommendation
- Submit official transcripts demonstrating completion of bachelor's degree and any graduate coursework completed