Economics and the ever-changing information age demand higher levels of social and market research to better inform decisions leading to organizational success. The Research Skills and Analysis certificate provides foundational knowledge and skills in research methods and analysis equipping graduates to take on rewarding careers in both the private and public sectors. It will benefit research professionals who want to augment their skills or to obtain a postsecondary credential. This certificate will also serve those who need a skills upgrade in order to undertake research-related activities. You will gain foundational knowledge in research design, information retrieval and evaluation, data collection, analysis, and interpretation.
Upon successful completion of the part-time Research Skills and Analysis Certificate, students may be eligible for Prior Learning Assessment (PLAR) for course exemption in the full-time Research Analyst Graduate Certificate program at Humber College. PLAR will be based on previous experience in the field (demonstrated through a portfolio and interview), combined with the courses taken in the part-time Research Skills and Analysis Certificate. For more information, please contact Mary Takacs at firstname.lastname@example.org
All students taking the Research Skills and Analysis certificate will have the opportunity to attend several events organized throughout the year by the Research Analyst Graduate certificate program.
When you begin this certificate program, please contact email@example.com with your name, student number and the name of the certificate you are working towards. This will allow us to follow your progress during your studies and provide you with any information you may need to know.
Once you have completed the required courses in the certificate program, you will need to apply to graduate. Please contact the Registration Office at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, student number, and program name in order to receive your certificate.
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|BSTA 200: Business Statistics|
|COM 123: Report and Proposal Writing|
|PHIL 217: Ethical Issues|
|RSMT 102: Research Design and Methods|
|RSMT 107: Spreadsheet and Table Management|