This seminar provides an overview of the whole process of a survey research project, including survey design, implementation, and statistical analyses. Students will learn theoretical foundations as well as practical application of statistical methods, which provide them the knowledge to conduct and analyze survey results by using statistical software, such as SPSS and AMOS.
The seminar should prepare students to conduct empirical research projects, e.g. as part of a master thesis, according to scientific standards.
Registration for the course is now open until October 31st 2020. Please note that in winter term 2020/2021, the seminar will be held online due to the COVID pandemic.
Please click here and fill out the form to register.
Presentation (approx. 20 min.): 20%
Seminar Paper (5000-8000 words): 80%
To pass the course, students have to
write a seminar paper and give a final presentation.
They have to demonstrate that they are able to
systematically apply their knowledge of survey research methods.
Attendance: 28 hours
Self-study: 152 hours
Basic statistical knowledge
Prof. Dr. Dr. Fabian J. Froese
|Cycle: Every winter semester
||Term: 1 Semester|