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Inquiry in the Social Sciences

The systematic investigation of any subject requires a set of widely applicable and transferrable skills. Students learn how to formulate questions, gather and interpret evidence, and reach well-considered conclusions. The content theme will be drawn from Social Sciences issues and will vary depending on the subject expertise of the instructor. Three hours; one term. Course outlines for additional sections can be found under the "Past Outlines" tab.

SOCSCI 1SS3

Inquiry in the Social Sciences

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): I Term(s): Winter, Fall Offered?: Yes Language?: No

The systematic investigation of any subject requires a set of widely applicable and transferrable skills. Students learn how to formulate questions, gather and interpret evidence, and reach well-considered conclusions. The content theme will be drawn from Social Sciences issues and will vary depending on the subject expertise of the instructor. Three hours; one term. Course outlines for additional sections can be found under the "Past Outlines" tab.


Andrew Knight-Messenger

Ph.D. Student, Biblical Field

Prerequisite(s): Registration in Social Sciences I. Not open to students with credit in INQUIRY 1HU3, 1SC3, 1SS3