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Quantitative Research Methods

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For graduate students interested in methodology beyond basic regression, the Graduate Interdisciplinary Specialization in Quantitative Research Methods can help give you the advanced interdisciplinary skills needed for your career. This training in advanced research methods puts you on the cutting edge of today's research strategies and gives you the academic strength to understand published works and produce well-designed studies. 

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Program Features

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Degree Requirements

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Prerequisites

Minimum requirements: Appropriate foundational graduate-level coursework and must be enrolled in an Ohio State graduate or professional program.

Deadline to apply

Applications are accepted any time

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Minimum Program hours

12

Including Capstone seminar and at least 9 credits overall from two or more departments outside of student’s home department. This specialization also requires completion of a Research Paper.

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Contact

Ann A. O’Connell, Ed.D.
Director, GISQRM
Professor, Educational Studies
oconnell.87@osu.edu

Rebecca Garabed, Ph.D.
Co-Director, GISQRM
Professor, Veterinary Preventive Medicine
garabed.1@osu.edu

Xin Feng, Ph.D.
Co-Director, GISQRM
Professor, Human Sciences
feng.88@osu.edu