ENVR 301 Environmental Research Design (3 credits)

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Offered by: McGill School of Environment (School of Environment)

Administered by: Faculty of Science


Environment : Techniques used in design and completion of environmental research projects. Problem definition, data sources and use of appropriate strategies and methodologies. Principles underlying research design are emphasized, including critical thinking, recognizing causal relationships, ideologies and bias in research, and when and where to seek expertise.

Terms: Fall 2012, Winter 2013

Instructors: Ismael Vaccaro, Suzanne Gray, Christopher Barrington-Leigh (Fall) Jeffrey Cardille, Doerthe Kroemker (Winter)

  • Fall-Downtown Campus: Section 001

  • Winter-Downtown Campus: Section 001; Macdonald Campus: Section 051

  • Restrictions: Restricted to U2 or higher