Join the University of Amsterdam's Quantitative Methods course to delve into the principles of solid scientific methods in the behavioral and social sciences. This comprehensive course encompasses the fundamental principles of science, history, and philosophy of science, along with research designs, measurement, sampling, and ethics.
Through engaging modules, you will explore various topics including the origins of the scientific method, the empirical cycle, research designs, measurement, sampling, and practice, ethics, and integrity in research. Gain a deeper understanding of quantitative research methods in the social sciences, with a strong focus on research integrity.
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This course comprises engaging modules covering the origins of the scientific method, the empirical cycle, research designs, measurement, sampling, and practice, ethics, and integrity in research. Gain an in-depth understanding of quantitative research methods in the social sciences with a strong emphasis on research integrity.
Module 1: Before we get started...
Module 2: Origins of the scientific method
Module 3: The Scientific Method
Module 4: Research Designs
Module 5: Measurement
Module 6: Sampling
Module 7: Practice, Ethics & Integrity
Module 8: Catch Up
Module 9: Exam Time!
Prepare for the final exam to test your understanding of the course material.
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