Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Health and Social Impact - Survey Design

SOCI 3226  Survey Design


18 credits completed


SOCI 3005 and SOCI 4126


Two hours of lecture and one hour of laboratory work per week for one term.




Students learn how to plan surveys, design questionnaires for different fields and media (e.g., mail, internet, telephone, and face-to-face), and select a sample of a large population. Through hands-on practice, students gain skills necessary to design and implement their original survey, interpret, and communicate the survey results, and assess the quality of survey data. Students train for entry-level positions in careers that involve monitoring, evaluating, and investigating people's behaviors, attitudes, and opinions.

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