IDSC01H3: Research Design for Development Fieldwork
Examines research design and methods appropriate to development fieldwork. Provides `hands on' advice (practical, personal and ethical) to those preparing to enter "the field"; or pursuing development work as a career. Students will prepare a research proposal as their main course assignment.
[9.0 credits including: IDSA01H3 and IDSB07H3] and [at least 6.0 credits satisfying Specialist Co-op Program in International Development Studies Requirements 1 through 4]
20. Limited to students enrolled in the Specialist (Co-op) Program in IDS. Students in other IDS programs may be admitted with permission of instructor subject to the availability of spaces.
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