INTS 203: Inquiry for Action: Facilitating Change

INTS 203-002: Inq to Action: Facilitatng Chg
(Spring 2016)

09:00 AM to 01:20 PM W

Robinson Hall A243

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Credits: 6

Examines the relationships between academic research, individual acts and society's social and political structures. Students design a community-based research project, explore a rich array of qualitative and quantitative approaches, apply information and communication technologies to all aspects of the research process, and learn from individuals and organizations outside the classroom. Limited to three attempts.
Specialized Designation: Mason Impact.
Schedule Type: Lecture
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This course is graded on the Undergraduate Regular scale.

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