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Research methodology 701


 
Module code KRM 701
Qualification Postgraduate
Faculty Faculty of Humanities
Module content

*Closed – requires departmental selection
In this module the focus is on the way in which research is undertaken. This knowledge is essential because it serves as the basis for further study as well as research that may have to be undertaken within a future career. Aspects that are addressed include the following: what does scientific research entail; how is a research problem stated and hypothesis formulated; how are samples drawn; which methods could be used for collecting data; how is the data analysed, interpreted and presented in the research report.

Module credits 15.00
NQF Level 08
Prerequisites No prerequisite.
Contact time 3 lectures per week
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department Social Work and Criminology
Period of presentation Quarter 1

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