Research Design/Methods course options

INTEG 340: Research Design and Methods is the course that you are required to take during your 3A term to fulfil your Research Methods requirement.

ONLY for students who started KI prior to Fall 2019: any of these courses would satisfy your Research Design/Methods requirement:

  • ANTH 201      Archaeological Anthropology

  • ANTH 300      Practicing Anthropology

  • BIOL 361       Biostatistics and Experimental Design

  • CLAS 221      Archaeological Anthropology

  • ECON 321     Introduction to Econometrics

  • ENBUS 306    Research Design

  • ENVS 178      Introduction to Environmental Research Methods

  • ENVS 278      Advanced Environmental Research Methods

  • ERS 215        Environmental and Sustainability Assessment 1

  • GEOG 293      Professional and Scholarly Practice in Geography

  • HLTH 333      Principles of Epidemiology

  • HLTH 344     Qualitative Methods for Health Research

  • INTEG 340    Research Design and Methods (this is the course we recommend, now a required course for all who started KI as of Fall 2019)

  • KIN 330         Research Design

  • LS 221          Research Methods

  • PLAN 350       Research Methods for Planners

  • PSCI 315       Research Design in Political Science

  • PSYCH 291    Basic Research Methods

  • REC 270        Research Design Applicable to Leisure Studies

  • SDS 251R        Social Research

  • SMF 220        Research Methods

  • STAT 322       Sampling and Experimental Design

  • STAT 332       Sampling and Experimental Design

For courses not on this list, individual approval must be obtained prior to taking the course.

The appearance of a course on this list does not guarantee the course will be offered. Some of these courses are, or may become, obsolete. They still need to be on the list for the sake of students who have already earned the credit.

The appearance of a course on this list does not guarantee that a student will be eligible to take the course. Many of these courses have pre-requisites or anti-requisites. 

Furthermore, many of these courses are restricted to students who major in that subject area. We include them here primarily for the information of students considering a transfer into BKI, a double major, concurrent degree, second degree, minor, or option. We'll use this list to identify which degree requirements such a student has already satisfied in a previous course of study.

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