|Academic School:||School of Nursing & Midwifery|
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* LMC = low & middle income countries
The module will equip students with the skills to:
The indicative content includes:
The aims of this module are to outline the main qualitative approaches to generating and analysing data and to outline potential and challenges involved in qualitative research.
The module is delivered online on MyDundee (the University's virtual learning environment). Information on the various online resources available will be included with the first unit. This will include learning materials, interview schedules; focus group topic guides, transcripts; and pre-coded data excerpts. A discussion board, chatroom, resource centre, assessment guidelines and e-mail contacts will also be made available.
The content will be delivered in the form of 5 units. In addition to engaging with the module team and fellow students in discussions and debate on set topics, students will have the opportunity to engage in supporting exercises in relation to generating and analysing qualitative data.
Assessment will be via an essay (4,500 words) which requires students to critically evaluate the potential contribution of qualitative methods in answering a range of research questions, outlining both opportunities and challenges. Students will be able to choose from a list of four potential research topics.
For the Masters in Research (MRes), it is necessary to have taken the Critical Appraisal Skills for Practitioners (CASP) module. Students must also have access to a computer and a broadband internet connection and have basic IT skills.
English Language Requirement: IELTS minimum overall score of 6.0, with a minimum of 6.0 in the writing component and a minimum of 5.5 in the other 3 components.
We offer Pre-Sessional programmes throughout the year and Foundation Programme(s) for both undergraduate and postgraduate students which start at the beginning of the academic year. These programmes are all designed to prepare you for university study in the UK when you have not yet met the language requirements for direct entry onto a degree programme. Successful completion of these programmes guarantees progression to various degrees at the University of Dundee as long as you hold a relevant offer.
The 30 week (one Academic Year) Foundation Programme(s) allow applicants who have not met our typical academic entry requirements, and require additional English Language support by up to 1.0 IELTS, to gain the necessary qualifications to enter the University of Dundee degree programmes in the following year.
The 24 week Pre-Sessional programme (March – August) provides additional English Language tuition for students who do not meet our minimum English Language requirements by up to 1.0 IELTS and the 10 week Pre-Sessional programme (June – August) (October – December) provides specialist English Language tuition for students who are 0.5 IELTS below the requirement for their degree programme.
Ms Antonia Lannie
Tel: +44(0) 01382 386 606