Applied Statistics and Research Methods

College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

Doctoral Minor Requirements — 15 Credits

A Doctoral Minor in Applied Statistics and Research Methods is available to students in any UNC doctoral program with the approval of their doctoral program advisor.

Degree Requirements

Required courses — 15 hours

A minimum of five (5) courses completed during the student’s UNC doctoral program with grades of “B-” or better from the following courses:

SRM 602Statistical Methods I

3

SRM 603Statistical Methods II

3

SRM 606Multiple Linear Regression Analysis

3

SRM 607Non-Parametric Statistics

3

SRM 608Experimental Design

3

SRM 609Sampling Methods

3

SRM 610Statistical Methods III

3

SRM 611Advanced Statistical Data Analysis

3

SRM 625Applied Multiple Regression Analysis

3

SRM 627Survey Research Methods

3

SRM 629Structural Equation Modeling

3

SRM 635Categorical Data Analysis

3

SRM 670Evaluation: Models and Designs

3

SRM 680Introduction to Qualitative Research

3

SRM 685Educational Ethnography

3

SRM 686Qualitative Case Study Research

3

SRM 687Narrative Inquiry

3

SRM 688Writing as Analysis of Qualitative Research

3

SRM 705Advanced Issues in Research Methods

3

SRM 770Evaluation: Advanced Methods

3

NOTE: SRM 502 or SRM 617 may be substituted for SRM 602.

Features and Conditions

  1. Completion of the minor will be noted in the student’s transcript as Minor in Applied Statistics and Research Methods.
  2. No other course substitutions are permitted.
  3. This minor is not available to students in the Applied Statistics and Research Methods degree program.
  4. Some or all of the SRM courses used for the minor may be part of a student’s program of required or elective classes.

No application to the Applied Statistics and Research Methods program is required. In consultation with their doctoral program advisors, students may include sufficient SRM courses in their programs of study to meet the requirements for the minor.