MAN-BPRA247EN
Quantitative Research Methods
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Course moduleMAN-BPRA247EN
Credits (ECTS)6
Category-
Language of instructionEnglish
Offered byRadboud University; Nijmegen School of Management; Bachelor Business Administration;
Lecturer(s)
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Lecturer
dr. H.A.G.M. Jacobs
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Examiner
dr. H.P.L.M. Korzilius
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Coordinator
dr. H.P.L.M. Korzilius
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Contactperson for the course
dr. H.P.L.M. Korzilius
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Lecturer
dr. H.P.L.M. Korzilius
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Academic year2023
Period
3  (29/01/2024 to 07/04/2024)
Starting block
3
Course mode
full-time
Remarks-
Registration using OSIRISYes
Course open to students from other facultiesYes
Pre-registrationNo
Waiting listNo
Placement procedure-
Aims

At the end of the course students are able to:

  • apply basic and advanced methodological and statistical analysis techniques on research problems in the field of Business Administration, in part by means of doing SPSS analyses yourself;
  • adequately interpret and report basic and advanced elements of quantitative research methods and research results;
  • adequately substantiate the choices and interpretations when applying methodological and statistical analysis techniques and interpreting results;
  • it concerns the following topics: research designs, problem formulation, questionnaire design, missing data analysis, factor analysis, reliability analysis, multivariate analysis of variance and multivariate regression analysis, including moderation, mediation and logistic regression.
Content
In each week the following educational activities take place: -a lecture addressing theory and background, -a tutorial discussing an example case, -making an assignment in the students’ own time, -a tutorial in which the subject matter and the assignment are addressed.
The examination comprises all topics discussed during the course (including the example cases and the assignments).
Level

Presumed foreknowledge
  • Methods of Research and Intervention (MOR002)
  • Statistics (MOR004)
  • Test information
    Written exam; open book; taken digitally on campus. The exam comprises all topics covered and discussed during the course (including the example cases and the assignments). The exam contains knowledge, insight, application, and reflection questions on the material and also tests SPSS skills. Field's book or another officially published statistical textbook may be used. It is not permitted to use abstracts (with or without an ISBN number).
    To pass the course, the grade needs to be at least 5.5. We will post detailed information about the exam on Brightspace during the course.
    Specifics

    Level
    Ba 2 PM

    Instructional modes
    Lecture

    Tutorial

    General
    Focus on cases and Q&A

    Tests
    Tentamen
    Test weight1
    Test typeDigital exam with CIRRUS
    OpportunitiesBlock 3, Block 4