In the spring of 2017, I am teaching in the Master of Science in Administration (MSA) program at Central Michigan University. It may seem like a long commute, but my course is taught at Joint Base Andrews, here in Maryland, through the Central Michigan Global Campus initiative. The MSA program is a degree in management focusing on technical administration, drawing on the course content common in both master of public administration and master of business administration programs. I am teaching the introductory research methods course:
- MSA 600 Foundations of Research Methods in Administration This course covers the basic research process starting with the scientific method, lit reviews, data collection and analysis, through to research writing. Through this course, a student is well-prepared to design and complete a research project in a government or business setting.
Other management-related teaching experience can be found under Public Affairs.
- Gelman’s Candy Weighing Demonstration (3/12/2017)
- Syllabus for Foundations of Research Methods (12/3/2016)
- What Goes Around Comes Around, Teaching Edition (11/28/2016)
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