Research Methods in
Class Times and Location: Tuesday, Thursday: 8:00-9:00, 463 Ag Hall
Instructor: bill raun, plant and soil sciences, 044 N Ag Hall (405 744 6418) firstname.lastname@example.org
Course Objectives: To expose M.S. and Ph.D. students to various methodologies that are helpful in field scale research, and to apply and understand biometry as it relates to interpreting research results.
Structure: This is a lecture course, but there will be some outside activities to introduce the students to field exercises that apply different research methodologies.
Text: Everything Needed will be on-line via this web site.
Lecture material posted on the web site.
Grades: Grades will be determined on the basis of quizzes, homework and outside exercises, an oral presentation, and final examinations using the following distribution of points:
The number and content of quizes, homework, and outside exercises will vary. Grades will be assigned on the following basis, however the instructors reserve the right to adjust the scale as needed: A 90-100; B 80-89; C 70-79, D 60-69; F< 60.