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NUS 706 Psycho-Social Measurement & Questionnaire Construction
Credit hours: 3 per Semester
Cluster: Research Methodology, Quantitative Research Methods and Statistical Analysis,Quantitative Research Methods,Statistical Analysis
http://grad.buffalo.edu/Academics/Class-Schedules.html

 

Course Level: Doctoral

Course Type: PhD

IPE: No

Course Open to:

Institution:University at Buffalo

Pre-requisites: NGC 526 - Evaluating Research Evidence for Health Care 1 and Intro Statistics or equivalent and/or with permission of instructor.

Course Description: This course focuses on psychometric theory and its applications in health and behavioral sciences. Content includes scaling methods, in depth evaluation of the reliability and validity of an instrument, factor analysis (exploratory and confirmatory), and construction of survey questionnaires, traditional tests and attitudinal rating scales. This is a synchronous course.

 

Method of Instruction: UBlearns (Blackboard) synchronous - students will access course materials via UBLearns and attend lecture discussions via videoconferencing software. Technology specs and suggestions can be found here: http://nursing.buffalo.edu/academics/graduate-program/dnp-program/post-masters-dnp/post-masters-dnp-distance-learning---requirements.html

Delivery Platform: UBlearns (blackboard), Synchronous

Campus visits required: none

Course Contact: Louiza Case, Campus Staff Coordinator

email: louizaca@buffalo.edu

 

Tuition: NEXus common price

 

Other considerations: This course runs synchronously online on Tuesdays from 1:00-3:50 pm.

 

Available Seats by Semester for this course:

 

FALL 2018

Section: NUS 706
Instructor:TBA
Seats:2
Credits: 3 / Semester



FALL 2016

Section: NUS 706
Instructor:Dr. Bill Wu
Seats:2
Credits: 3 / Semester

Synchronous course meets Tuesdays 9-11:50am EST



FALL 2017

Section: NUS 706
Instructor:Dr. Bill Wu
Seats:2
Credits: 3 / Semester



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