GRM 597 The Research Process
3 Semester Units
The Research Process is a required course for all of the master’s degree programs offered at the University. This course provides an overview of the various research methods, research design, guidance in planning research strategy and documentation of research data. It also explores and analyzes examples of research from many different disciplines, the development and use of computer-aided research, writing skills, and logical argumentation techniques required in the research field.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate competencies comparable to those achieved within traditional institutions of higher learning that require resident instruction and evaluation.
- Exhibit a broad comprehension of research methodologies utilized in the social sciences, health sciences, government, business, and other related fields.
- Analyze, synthesize and evaluate the knowledge acquired in this subject area and apply it in practical situations.