Summer Timetable

POL222H1F L5101

Introduction to Quantitative Reasoning I


Introduces the foundations of quantitative empirical research methods - increasingly popular and important part of political science research and public policy debates - to enable you to interpret and evaluate the results of the studies that employ these methods. Topics include scientific study of politics, causal theory, and quantitative empirical research designs.



Format and Requirements

Two lectures/labs per week with regular tutorials. The course will be assessed by two class tests, the interpretation of a research paper, plus small quizzes and short worksheets.


1.0 POL Credit

POL242Y1 or POL242Y5 or POL322H1