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EDU 5811 Research MethodsThis course is designed to develop competency in information literacy, including skills in formulating questions; finding, accessing, retrieving, and evaluating information in print and electronic sources. Topics include: classification of information; indexing and controlled vocabularies; Library of Congress subject headings; search engines and search techniques; introduction to databases including ProQuest and OCLC; search aids such as indexes and book reviews; general and special references; introduction to research papers. 1 credit. Dr. Noda.
EDU 5390 Independent Study in Religious Education1‑3 credits. Faculty.
EDU 6390 Thesis/Project in Religious Education
4 credits. Must be accompanied by the Divinity Colloquium, MIN 5801. Faculty.