Research Methodology

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Course Code: 
MIT 7116
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Graduate Level
Course Description & Objectives: 

In this course, guidance will be given to students on how to identify a research problem.  Instruc- tions will be provided  which will enable students to perform effective  literature reviews.  Students will be  presented  with  various  research  paradigms   and  models  of methodology  and  assist  with designing  an appropriate  method  for their  research.   Students will be trained  in the analysis  and presentation of results, exposition of processes and methods used and conclusions drawn.  Guidelines outlining the preparation  and  writing of a research  dissertation  and  or a project will be provided at the conclusion of the course.Aims:The aims of the course are:  To provide students with a firm foundation/underpinnings of research from which they can undertake a research  problemTo provide students with a number  of separate, but related practical skills associated with the research  process

Learning Outcomes: 

At the end  of this  course unit, the students will be able  to identity  the aims  of the research, selection  of appropriate methodological  approach, selection  of implementation  methods, data col- lection and analysis techniques and its interpretation, and how all this fits within the literature.  In other  words, the students will produce  a research  proposal  as a blue print for the whole research dissertation and or project.

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