Research Methods module (CA32002)
This module develops your academic and scientific skills in preparation for your final year dissertation and future careers. You will be working in groups to think critically, write effectively, and construct research approaches. You will experience a range of talks from staff on different areas of research in the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification.
You will be learning:
- to critically analyse research papers related to anatomy and forensic anthropology.
- to consider academic misconduct and research ethics procedures.
- to implement fundamental statistical methods to test hypotheses.
- to plan research projects.
The assessment for the module is 100% coursework. It consists of written critical reviews and research plans, with a workbook that demonstrates the skills that have been gained throughout the module.
This module is available on following courses: