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Research Symposium II

This course will dig deeper and build and build on what was started in Research Symposium 1. It will treat with practicals, topics that students need to become independent researchers. Upon completion of this module, students will be well positioned to conduct research under any area of their choosing. The key objectives of this module are: To expose students to the importance of theories and models applicable to research To make the students understand the different conditions where types of research are applied to gain an understanding of the degree of freedom and error in research using Cronbach alpha To gain an understanding of the difference between data analysis and analytics To learn practical skills and tools for data analysis and interpretation.

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