HSCI 595 Health Sciences Research: Data Collection and Interpretation
Dr. Laura van Staalduinen, Dr. Lisa Carver
This course will allow students to carry out components of a research project in the Health Sciences. Meant to follow HSCI 591/3.0, HSCI 593/3.0, and HSCI 594/3.0 students will gain experience answering research questions, establishing and testing hypotheses (where applicable) using a research plan and methods developed during the initial course, with an emphasis on the development of research skills and practice interpreting data.
(Note: The primary difference between HSCI 595 (120 hours) and HSCI 599 (240 hours) is the number of hours the student is expected to spend on the project, which corresponds to an expected increase in the scope of the research project.)
Note: This course is only open to students registered in the Bachelor of Health Sciences program.
Please review our guide about getting started on a Bachelor of Health Sciences research course here
Minimum 4th year (level 4) standing, a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher, registration in the BHSc Program, HSCI 591/3.0, HSCI 593/3.0, HSCI 594/3.0, and acceptance by a supervisor.
NOTE: Department consent is required to enroll.
No more than 12.0 units from HSCI 591/3.0; HSCI 592/3.0; HSCI 593/3.0; HSCI 594/3.0; HSCI 595/3.0; HSCI 598/6.0; HSCI 599/6.0.