Conducting Primary Research
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Interested in learning how to conduct your own primary research?
Register for INTE 398/EWC2: Conducting Primary Research.
This course is intended to be a follow-up to INTE 298 (EWC1). In this course, students will begin to learn how to do primary research.
Students in this course will have the opportunity to take six day-long workshops that are designed to introduce them to the basics of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, as well as a variety of research methods.
This course will be tremendously helpful for students who are interested in conducting primary research either for courses in their program, in preparation for graduate school, or simply out of general interest.
This course can be taken as a stand-alone course or as part of the 15-credit Elective Group Knowledge-Implementation, Networking, and Decision-Making (KIND).
Note: Students can now also take the "Conducting Primary Research" workshop series for non-credit.
In Spring 2020, to earn credit for this course, students will attend a total of six day-long workshops (9:00am to 4:30pm, with a lunch break from noon to 1:30pm) as well as complete the course requirements. The schedule of workshops will be made available in March 2020.
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Undergraduate students from all disciplines are welcome to take INTE 398/EWC2 for credit (3 credits). In order to be permitted to register, you must have completed at least 24 credits toward your program.
How to register
Enrollment in this course is simple, just visit myconcordia.ca -> My Student Centre
You can search for the course code INTE 398 "EWC2: Conducting Primary Research". Note: registration for this course will be available starting in March 2020.
For detailed enrollment instructions, visit https://www.concordia.ca/students/your-sis.html#course-registration
Stay tuned, a sample course outline will be available soon.
Students participating in INTE 398 will be required to pay a reduced workshop rate of $50/day (each course comprises 6 days of workshops, totaling $300 for the course). This fee is charged in addition to the regular tuition and is added directly to the student's account upon registration.
These fees cover the costs of:
- Access to each of the course's WSSR workshops
- Course materials
1. Enrollment for Spring 2020 will be available in March. Simply register through your myconcordia.ca portal (see above for instructions).
2. The full schedule for this course will be listed above. Students will also have access to a MOODLE page for the course, which will provide them with important course information as well as up-to-date information on their schedule of workshops.