25 August 2017
Qualitative Research Methods
The purpose of this course is to equip students to sensitively and critically design, carry out, report, read, and evaluate qualitative research projects. It is taught by a team of qualitative research experts, who regularly use the methods which they teach, making the course particularly practical and realistic. It covers the full cycle of a qualitative research project, from design, to data collection, analysis, reporting and disseminating. The course has the dual aims of equipping students with both conceptual understandings of current academic debates regarding different methods, and the practical skills to put those methods into practice.
Dr Simidele Dosekun
This course is ideal for postgraduates, academics and professionals with an interest in using qualitative methods to undertake social research.
This course will provide students with:
a solid understanding of the core methods of qualitative data collection and analysis
critical skills in interpreting and evaluating reports of qualitative studies
experience in putting qualitative skills into practice
realistic and practical teaching from established researchers who put these tools to use in their ongoing research projects
Students who wish to receive credit for their course will need to contact either their Study Abroad Office or the office in their university that deals with external credit. It is up to students' home institutions as to how much credit is awarded but the Methods Programme Office is happy to provide any necessary information to your registry or academic advisor, to help them evaluate the courses.
GBP 1495: Student rate - available to current university (including PhD) students.
Academic staff and staff of UK charities are eligible for a reduced rate of £2,230.
GBP 2800: Standard rate
Previous students of LSE may be eligible for a 15% discount on their tuition fees.