A program that focuses on the design of research studies, measurement of variables, data analysis, and formulation of models. Includes instruction in experimental, quasi-experimental, and case study methods; historical research; participant observation; questionnaire design; sampling theory; and statistical methods.
Of the 115 Research Methodology and Quantitative Methods degrees granted each year at the Postbaccalaureate certificate level, 68% percent are awarded to women and the other 32% percent are men. Did you know that Georgia has more students being awarded a degree in Research Methodology and Quantitative Methods than any other state? In fact, Georgia awarded 17 degrees last year! The average starting salary for a graduate with a bachelor's degree in Research Methodology and Quantitative Methods is $39,700.
Johns Hopkins University, Montclair State University and Emory University are three schools popular for Research Methodology and Quantitative Methods programs. In fact, around 3 Johns Hopkins University students are pursuing a Postbaccalaureate certificate in Research Methodology and Quantitative Methods. Take a look at the college options in the table below.
Some of the highest paying jobs for Research Methodology and Quantitative Methods majors include Managers, All Other, Statisticians and Sociologists. However, something else to consider is how much demand there is for certain careers. Positions that are in high need that a degree in Research Methodology and Quantitative Methods can prepare you for are Managers, All Other, Statisticians and Social Scientists and Related Workers, All Other.