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NURS 7209 Research Interviewing
Credit hours: 3 per Quarter
Cluster: Research Methodology, Mixed Methods,Qualitative Research Methods
https://gate.acs.utah.edu/psc/coursepr/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/SA_LEARNER_SERVICES.UU_CTLG_SEARCH.GBL?catalo

 

Course Level: Doctoral

Course Type: PhD

IPE: No

Course Open to: Both Phd and DNP students

Institution:University of Utah

Pre-requisites: Instructor permission.

Course Description: Qualitative and mixed-method research often depends on interviews or focus group data. This course deepens the student’s understanding of interviewing principles and methods in the following areas: alignment of research methodology with methods to assure ethical inquiry; application of qualitative interviewing best practices in the design and conduct of individual and focus group interviews; and adaptation, innovation, and critique of interview and focus group procedures and products. After completing the course, students will be prepared to design, apply, and critique research interview and focus group methods. Students familiar with qualitative research principles are well-prepared to enroll in this advanced course on interviewing as a qualitative research method.

 

Method of Instruction: synchronous

Delivery Platform: online

Campus visits required: No

Course Contact: Heather Clarkson

email: heather.clarkson@nurs.utah.edu

 

Tuition: $825/credit

 

Other considerations: Please note: a wired internet connection is required for this IVC platform. Participation through a WiFi connection is not allowed. Students will be required to install the platform and then test/confirm its functionality with our college's IT team.

 

Available Seats by Semester for this course:

 

SPRING 2018

Section: 02
Instructor:Lauren Clark, PhD
Seats:5
Credits: 3 / Quarter

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