Advanced Methods at Purdue (AMAP) in the Behavioral, Health, and Social Sciences

Methods Courses at Purdue

The following list is intended as a resource for graduate students at Purdue interested in taking methods courses and/or interested in taking courses that qualify for the AMAP graduate certificate. The list is not exhaustive; other methods courses at Purdue can qualify for the AMAP graduate certificate with approval (see details here).

 

Shawn Bauldry (Sociology)

Carl Behnke (Hospitality and Tourism Management)

  • Fall, 2022: HTM 690 - Research Topics and Methods Seminar (Co-teaching with Susan Gordon)

Melissa Chomintra (Libraries and School of Information Science)

  • Fall, 2022: ILS 595 - Geographical Information System Research Methods (Co-teaching with Ningning Kong)

Sharon Christ (Human Development and Family Studies)

Robert Duncan (Human Development and Family Studies / Public Health Graduate Program)

Andrew Flachs (Anthropology)

Jeremy Foote (Brian Lamb School of Communication)

  • Summer, 2021: COM 674 - Introduction to Programming and Data Science (past syllabus)
  • Fall, 2022: COM 674 - Introduction to Programming and Data Science (past syllabus)

Jennifer Foray (History)

  • Fall, 2022: HIST 610 - History: Theory & Methods

Gregory Francis (Psychological Sciences)

  • Fall, 2020: PSY 626 - Bayesian Statistics For Psychological Sciences

Matthew Hannah (Interdisciplinary Studies)

Susan Gordon (Hospitality and Tourism Management)

  • Fall, 2022: HTM 690 - Research Topics and Methods Seminar (Co-teaching with Carl Benke)

John Green (Brian Lamb School of Communication)

  • Fall, 2020: COM 582 - Descriptive/Experimental Research In Communication
  • Fall, 2022: COM 582 - Descriptive/Experimental Research In Communication

William Graziano (Psychological Sciences)

  • Spring, 2022: PSY688 - Research Methods in Social Psychology

Tara Grillos (Political Science)

  • Fall, 2020: POL 606 - Field Research Methods (A mixed methods course which covers both qualitative and quantitative methods)
  • Spring, 2022: POL 606 - Political Experiments

Nilupa Gunaratna (Public Health)

Erin Hennes (Psychological Sciences)

  • Fall, 2020: PSY 606 - ANOVA for the Behavioral Sciences
  • Fall, 2022: PSY 606 - ANOVA for the Behavioral Sciences

Danielle Kane (Sociology)

  • Spring, 2022: SOC 686 - Qualitative Methods

Ningning Kong (Libraries and School of Information Science)

  • Fall, 2022: ILS 595 - Geographical Information System Research Methods (Co-teaching with Melissa Chomintra)

Natalie Lambert (Brian Lamb School of Communication)

Sean Lane (Psychological Sciences)

Seungyoon Lee (Brian Lamb School of Communication)

Ian Lindsay (Anthropology)

  • Fall, 2021: ANTH 523 - GIS for Humanities and Social Science Research (flyer

Donald Lynam (Psychological Sciences)

  • Spring, 2022: PSY 631 - Multiple Regression Analysis
  • Spring, 2022: PSY 692 - Research Methods in Clinical Psychology
  • Fall, 2022: PSY 692 - Open Science Practices in Psychology

Kristine Marceau (Human Development and Family Studies)

Marcus Mann (Sociology)

  • Fall, 2022: Introduction to Computational Social Science in R

Sorin Matei (Brian Lamb School of Communication)

James McCann (Political Science)

  • Spring, 2022: POL 609 - Advanced Applied Research Design 

Trenton Mize (Sociology)

Sammie Morris (Library and Information Science)

Zoe Nyssa (Anthropology)

  • Spring, 2019: ANTH 641 - Discovery & Design: Making Projects Work
  • Spring, 2021: ANTH 641 - Discovery & Design: Making Projects Work

Erik Otarola-Castillo (Anthropology)

Laura Reese (Public Health)

  •  Fall, 2022: PUBH 525 - Statistical Methods for Public Health Evaluation

Jeremy Reynolds (Sociology)

Kendall Roark (Library Science & Anthropology)

Felicia Roberts (Brian Lamb School of Communication)

  • Fall, 2022: COM 585 - Qualitative Methods In Communication Research

Brett Sherrick (Brian Lamb School of Communication)

  • Spring, 2022: COM 682 - Multivariate Statistics For Communication Research 

Qianqi Song (Psychological Sciences)

  • Fall, 2020: PSY 610 - Multivariate Analysis in The Behavioral Science
  • Fall, 2022: PSY 610 - Multivariate Analysis in The Behavioral Science

Louis Tay (Psychological Sciences)

  • Spring, 2022: PSY 688 - Research Methods in IO Psych II

Joan Timoneda (Psychological Sciences)

  • Fall, 2022: POL 501 - Political Science: Methodology

Giancarlo Visconti (Political Science)

  • Fall, 2018: POL 501 - Introduction to Political Methodology
  • Spring, 2019: POL 605 - Political Methodology II
  • Fall, 2020: POL 501 - Introduction to Political Methodology
  • Spring, 2022: POL 605 - Research Design and Methods

Daniel Winchester (Sociology)

  • Fall, 2022: SOC 681 - Interview Methods

David Yu (Political Science)