Research Methods Syllabi at Syracuse University

These syllabi titles are for informational purposes only, please note that the inclusion of a syllabus title only indicates that the course was previously offered at Syracuse University or SUNY ESF. Students interested in a particular course will need to contact the relevant department to determine if it is being scheduled again and, if so, whether registration is possible. At the bottom of the page, department links have been provided.

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research methods course syllabus
Course Professor Semester
ECN 422 Economic Statistics  Zhanhan Yu Fall 2020
ECN 505 Mathematical Economics Áron Tóbiás Fall 2020
ECN 521 Economics Statistics Gary V. Engelhardt Fall 2020
ECN 522 Econometrics Yulong Wang Fall 2020
ECN 605 Mathematics for Economists  William HorraceSummer 2020
ECN 620 Foundations of Econometrics   William HorraceSummer 2020
ECN 621 Econometrics I  Badi H. BaltagiFall 2020
ECN 622 Econometrics II
 Yulong WangSpring 2020
ECN 623 Econometrics III Alfonso Flores-LagunesSpring 2020
ECN 720 Panel Data and Spatial Econometrics Badi H. BaltagiFall 2020
ECN 720 Topics in the Economics of Education and Public Policy  Amy Ellen SchwartzFall 2020
EDU 647 Statistical Thinking & Applications Qiu Wang Fall 2019
EDU 737 Quantitative Research Design James Bellini Fall 2016
EDU 791 Advanced Seminar in Quantitative Research Methods Qiu wang Spring 2017
EDU 810 Advanced Seminar: Qualitative Research (Part I) Dalia Rodriguez Fall 2019
EDU 815 Advanced Seminar: Qualitative Research (Part II) Dalia Rodriguez Spring 2021
EST 603 Research Methods & Design Mary Collins and David Sonnenfeld Fall 2016
GEO 400/600 Spatial Storytelling
Jane M. Read and Rachel May
Fall 2017
GEO 610 Geographic Qualitative MethodsNatalie Koch
Spring 2018
HST 801: HistoriographyAmy KallanderFall 2020
HST 803 Theories and Philosophies of History

Susan Branson

Spring 2021
HST 804 – Graduate Research SeminarTessa MurphySpring 2021
IDE 742 Introduction to Survey Research Moon-Heum Cho 
Spring 2021
IDE 843 Dissertation Research Seminar Nick Smith Fall 2016
IDE 850 Doctoral Seminar in Literature Review Tiffany Koszalka Spring 2017
PAI 705 Research Design for IR Practitioners Sabina Schnell Spring 2017
PAI 705 Research Design for IR Practitioners John McPeak Spring 2017
PAI 721 Introduction to Statistics Leonard Lopoo Fall 2016
PAI 722 Quantitative Analysis: Program Evaluation Sarah Hamersma Spring 2017
PAI 803 Research Methods for Public Administration Robert Bifulco Fall 2016
PAI 804 Quantitative Methods IIDavid PoppSpring 2019
PAI 810 Applied Econometrics for Policy Analysis Sarah Hamersma Spring 2015
PSC 691 Logic of Political InquiryShana Kushner GadarianSpring 2018
PSC 693 Introduction to Quantitative Political Analysis Seth Jolly Fall 2017 
PSC 700 Surveys and ExperimentsShana Kushner GadarianSpring 2019
SOC 318 Introduction to Research Rebecca Schewe Spring 2017
SOC 319 Quantitative Methods in Sociology Nazanin Shahrokni Spring 2017
SOC 513 Statistics for Social Science Janet Wilmoth Fall 2016
SOC 606 Quantitative MethodsRebecca ScheweFall 2018
SOC 614 Qualitative Methods Prema Kurien Fall 2016
SOC 714 Intermediate Social Statistics Jennifer Karas Montez Spring 2016
SOC 800 Mixed MethodsRebecca Schewe
Fall 2018
SOC 813 Advanced Social Statistics Jennifer Karas Montez Fall 2016

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