Educational Research Apprenticeship
An individualized opportunity for students to develop their research skills by assisting with faculty research or engaging in their own research. Students are expected to spend a minimum of 9 hours a week participating in research activities. Includes a range of potential activities, including but not limited to: data collection, coding, and entering; management of computerized databases; completion of ethics applications; analysis of data; literature search and review; and preparation of materials for publication.
- Students may repeat this course, but credit will be granted only once.
- Admission to an EPLS Masters program; or
- permission of the department.
Grading: INP, COM, N, F.
Graduate course in the Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.