Spring 2018 Research Methods Courses in the Social and Behavioral Sciences

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This list is not exhaustive; please check the UAccess Schedule of Classes for more courses.  If you would like to add a course to the list below, email felisbieti@email.arizona.edu.



AIS 548—Research Design and Methodology

            77385              Keith James                 We 3:00PM–5:30PM

AIS 678—Contemporary American Indian Education and Research

            91474              Mary Fox                    TuTh 2:00PM–3:15PM



ANTH 496F—Ceramic Analysis

80994              Barbara Mills              MoWeFr 1:00PM–1:50PM

ANTH 537—Data Management and Analysis

            91907              Diane Austin               TuTh 9:30AM–10:45AM

ANTH 448/548—Writing Culture

            85982/85983   Maribel Alvarez          Th 3:30PM–5:45PM

ANTH 562A—Archaeology Quantitative Methods

            77424              Steve Kuhn                 TuTh 9:30AM–10:45AM

ANTH 597C—Dendrochronology

            71223              Paul Sheppard             Mo 4:00PM-5:50PM

ANTH 637—Archaeological Methodology

            68760              David Killick               Mo 12:30PM–3:00PM



COMM 228—Introduction to Research Methods in Communication

            63055              Joseph Bonito            MoWe 1:00PM–1:50PM and discussion section

COMM 319—Advanced Public Speaking

            91795              Diana Leonard             TuTh 12:30PM–1:45PM

COMM 571—Research Methodologies II

            84727              Joseph Bonito             MoWe 9:30AM–10:45AM



ECON 406—Introduction to Experimental Economics

            68461              Bohan Ye                    MoWe 12:30PM–1:45PM

ECON 418— Introduction to Econometrics

            53593              Satheesh Aradhyula    MoWe 3:30PM–4:45PM

ECON 453—Data Analytics and Modeling: Quantitative Analysis for Economic Strategy

            53595              Alexandre Sugiyama   TuTh 2:00PM-3:15PM

ECON 697B—Applied Economic Analysis

            53616              Jessamyn Schaller       TuTh 3:30PM-5:15PM



ENGL 340—Topics in Professional & Technical Writing

            76278              Keith Harms                TuTh 12:30PM-1:45PM

ENGL 380—Literary Analysis

            Various Sections

ENGL 494P— Portfolios in Professional and Technical Writing

            86005              Staff                            Online

ENGL 510—Teaching of Composition 

            91735              Ann Shivers-McNair   Mo 12:30PM-3:00PM

ENGL 595A—Professional Studies

            53892/53893   Tenney Nathanson      We 12:00PM–1:00PM

            79348              Damian Baca              We 1:00PM–2:30PM

            87646              Ander Monson            Fr 10:00AM-10:50AM

ENGL 613—Methods of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

            82185              Christine Tardy           We 9:30AM-12:30PM



GEOG 222—Working with Numeric, Spatial, and Visual Data: Fundamental Geographic Techniques 

            93009              Keiron Bailey              TuTh 12:30PM–1:45PM

GEOG 303—Field Study in Environmental Geography

            54421              Staff                            Th 8:30AM–11:00AM

GEOG 357—Geographical Research Methods

            54456              Staff                               TuTh 11:00AM–12:15PM

GEOG 403/503—Applications of Geographic Information Systems

            70965/70967   Craig Wissler              MoWe 1:00PM–1:50PM; We 2:00PM-4:50PM

GEOG 416A/516A—Computer Cartography

            76562/77438   Gary Christopherson   Tu 11:00AM–12:50PM; Tu 3:00PM-5:30PM

GEOG 417/517—Geographic Information Systems for Natural and Social Sciences

            73024/73026   Gary Christopherson   Mo 12:00PM–1:50PM; We 12:00PM-2:50PM

            88488              Kyle Hartfield             Online

GEOG 419/519— Cartographic Modeling for Natural Resources

            75762/76162   D Guertin                    TuTh 11:00AM–11:50AM; Tu 2:00PM-4:50PM

GEOG 420/520—Advanced Geographic Information Systems

            70971/70973   Craig Wissler,             WeFr 9:00AM–9:50AM; Fr 10:00AM–12:50PM

                                    Gary Christopherson

            88269              Craig Wissler              Online

GEOG 483/583—Geographic Applications of Remote Sensing

            54428/54431   Willem Van Leeuwen TuTh 9:30AM–10:45AM

GEOG 500—Research Design

            54430              Margaret Wilder         Mo 3:30PM-6:00PM

GEOG 514—Analytic Methods in Planning and Strategic Management

            79438              Kristina Currans          TuTh 9:00AM–10:45AM

GEOG 695B—Preparing Future Faculty in Geography: Professional Development

            54460              Connie Woodhouse    Fr 1:00PM–3:30PM



HIST 301—Introduction to the Study of History

            64075              Katie Hemphil             TuTh 11:00AM–12:15PM

            93092              Adam Donaldson        Online



INFO 507—Information Research Methods

            90232              Elizabeth Williams      Tu 5:30PM–8:15PM

INFO 640—Advanced Archives: Archival Appraisal and Description

            86940              Jamie Lee                    Online



JOUR 433/533—Digging with Data

            83636/83637   David Cuillier              MoWe 1:00PM–2:15PM

JOUR 439/539—Ethics and Diversity in the News Media

            93031/93032   Celeste González        TuTh 11:00AM–12:15PM

JOUR 489/589—Survey of Research Methods

            71078/71120   Jeannine Relly             We 12:30PM–3:00PM



LAS 550—Qualitative Research Methods & Methodology

            71530              Kathleen Obrien          Mo 2:30PM–5:00PM



LIS 506—Research Methods for Library and Information Professionals 

            81690              Patrick Heidorn           Online



LING 689—Professionalism in Linguistics

            68432              Adam Ussishkin          We 9:00AM–9:50AM



PHIL 344—Issues and Methods in Analytic Philosophy

            69133              John Maloney              TuTh 9:30AM–10:45AM



POL 301—Methods of Political Inquiry

            92962              Samara Klar                Tu 2:00PM–4:30PM

POL 682—Quantitative Methodology II 

            79323              Christopher Weber      Th 5:30PM–8:00PM

POL 683—Quantitative Methodology III 

            91290              Christopher Weber      TuTh 2:00PM–3:15PM

POL 697A—Professional Norms & Teaching

            88641              Alex Braithwaite         We 9:00AM–9:50AM

POL 697A— Professional Norms and the Job Market

            89420              Alex Braithwaite         We 11:00AM–11:50AM

POL 697M—Systematic Analysis of Political, Military & Intelligence Problems 

            81952              Paulette Kurzer           Online



PA 330—Ethics for the Public Administrator

            57005              Neil Vance                  TuTh 9:30AM–10:45AM

PA 436H—Ethical Leadership: An Honors Course 

            92956              Neil Vance                  TuTh 3:30PM–4:45PM

PA 505—Methods for Program Evaluation

            57013              Adam Henry               Tu 5:30PM–8:00PM

PA 514—Analytic Methods in Planning and Strategic Management

            79437              Kristina Currans          TuTh 9:00AM–10:45AM

PA 527—Leadership and Ethics for Nonprofits and Public Management

            81341              Kirk Emerson              Mo 5:30PM–8:00PM

PA 597W—Grantwriting

            57032              Mary Pitot                   Tu 5:30PM–8:00PM



SOC 374—Social Research Methods

            67638              Erin Leahey                TuTh 9:30AM–10:45AM

            91495              Erin Leahey                TuTh 12:30PM–1:45PM

SOC 375—Quantitative Reasoning in Sociology

            80929              Ronald Breiger            MoWeFr 10:00AM–10:50AM

SOC 471—Qualitative Research Methods for Sociological Analysis

            91517              Franziska Frank          TuTh 11:00AM–12:15PM

SOC 575—Advanced Social Research Methods

            69376              Corey Abramson         TuTh 9:30AM–10:45AM

SOC 595C—Graduate Training: Negotiating the Job Market

            84780              Robin Stryker              Fr 9:00AM–9:50AM

SOC 596A—Advanced Topics in Research

            84788              Christina Diaz             MoWe 3:30PM–4:45PM

SOC 596C—Teaching Practicum

            69379              Jeffrey Sallaz               Tu 3:30PM–4:20PM



INFO 520/LIS 520—Ethics for Library and Information Professionals

            93111/93110   Kristy Mathiesen         We 3:30PM-6:00PM

            81697              Staff                            Online

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