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NURS 552 Methods in Nursing Science.

This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

Credits: 3

Pre-reqs: NURS 504.

Co-reqs: NURS 511.


Status Section Activity Term Interval Days Start Time End Time Comments
NURS 552 01WWaiting List1-2

This is the waitlist section for NURS 552-941. Students interested in taking NURS 552 should register for this section of the course. Student services is monitoring registration, and will contact students in registration order as space opens up in the course. Questions should be directed to (academic.support@nursing.ubc.ca)

RestrictedNURS 552 941Web-Oriented Course1-2 Tue9:0012:00

This section is reserved for MSN Students. MN-NP Students should register in NURS 552 942.

IF course is FULL please register for waitlist section NURS 552-01W

Pre-Req: NURS 504, Co-Req: NURS 511The purpose of this course is to provide students with a broad overview of methods of scholarly inquiry. The course will focus on key elements of research and evaluation including identifying a focus of inquiry, identifying a target population/area, data collection methods, data analytic methods, and ethics related to scholarly inquiry. Topics covered will include qualitative and quantitative study designs, survey designs, program/initiative evaluation, policy analysis, and data collection via interviews, focus groups, and observation.

RestrictedNURS 552 942Web-Oriented Course1-2 Tue9:0012:00

This section is reserved for MN-NP Students. MSN Students should register in NURS 552-941

Pre-Req: NURS 504, Co-Req: NURS 511The purpose of this course is to provide students with a broad overview of methods of scholarly inquiry. The course will focus on key elements of research and evaluation including identifying a focus of inquiry, identifying a target population/area, data collection methods, data analytic methods, and ethics related to scholarly inquiry. Topics covered will include qualitative and quantitative study designs, survey designs, program/initiative evaluation, policy analysis, and data collection via interviews, focus groups, and observation.