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HON 351 - Junior Seminar: Descriptive and Correlational Inquiry


1 credit
Required for all Honors College students with junior-year standing or higher, this junior seminar explores the descriptive and correlational aspects of quantitative research.  Through descriptive research, students will examine data and analyze statistics related to phenomena, one variable at a time.  Building on univariate analysis, students will learn to apply correlational statistical techniques, and investigate relations among multiple variables.  Through correlational research, students investigate a range of factors, including the nature of the relationship between two or more variables, and the theoretical model that might be developed and tested to explain these resultant correlations.  Students examine the degree of strength to which causal inferences can be made using these forms of inquiry. Prerequisite(s):  Honors College Scholars only with junior-level standing or above.
Graded (A-F) only



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