This course will facilitate students to develop knowledge and skills in designing, conducting and reporting qualitative research along with ethical issues in the inquiry process. Specific attention will be given to develop students’ skills in the analysis, synthesis, and nuances of writing qualitative findings, which will provide them grounding for the dissertation and further research in the field. Different paradigms and their implications will be examined with specific emphasis on categorical designs, such as grounded theory, ethnography and phenomenology. Other designs, such as, life histories or case studies may be explored depending upon the students’ interests
- A graduate degree from an accredited university
July 11 - Oct 31, 2019
Classes would be held every Thursday for 3 hours (2 pm – 5 pm)
Dr Rozina Karmaliani
Professor, School of Nursing and Midwifery and Community Health Sciences
Registration for this course is now closed. For more deatils, please contact Ms Saadia Dawoodani.