Master of Arts in Survey Research

Model Programs

Below is a model course of study (courses may not always appear in this order). Full-time students can complete the requirements in two or three semesters. Students can also complete the program part-time, taking one or two courses per semester.

Model Program – One Year Full Time

First Semester Second Semester
PP 5376 - Applied Quantitative Methods
Statistical reasoning, tools, and techniques for effective public management.
PP 5385 - Attitude Formation
Theories of attitude formation and attitude change.
PP 5379 - Principles and Methods of Survey Research
Exploration of the theory and practice of survey research, including sampling,
questionnaire design, analysis and reporting results.
PP 5377 - Qualitative Methods
Development and design of qualitative research.
Elective Elective
PP 5390 - Internship
Experience in a public organization under competent supervision.
PP 5390 - Internship
Experience in a public organization under competent supervision.
Total Credits = 12 Total Credits = 12

 

Model Program – 3 Semesters Full Time

First Semester Second Semester Third Semester
PP 5376 - Applied Quantitative Methods
Statistical reasoning, tools, and techniques for effective public management.
PP 5385 - Attitude Formation
Theories of attitude formation and attitude change
PP 5385 - Attitude Formation
Theories of attitude formation and attitude change.
PP 5379 - Principles and Methods of Survey Research
Exploration of the theory and practice of survey research,
including sampling, questionnaire design, analysis and reporting results.
PP 5377 - Qualitative Methods
Development and design of qualitative research
PP 5390 - Internship
Experience in a public organization under competent supervision.
Elective Elective  
Total Credits = 9 Total Credits = 9 Total Credits = 6