|[pic] |Syllabus |
| |School of Business |
| |RES/351 Version 1 |
| |Business Research |
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Cooper, D., & Schindler, P. (2011). Business research methods (11th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill/Irwin.
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|Week One: Recognizing the Situation |
| |Details |Due |Points |
|Objectives |Recognize a situation, problem, issue, or opportunity that needs addressing. | | |
| |Determine the significance, scope, magnitude, and feasibility of finding a solution to the | | |
| |situation, problem, issue, or opportunity. | | |
| |Identify ethical issues involved in business research. | | |
| |Describe the business research process. | | |
|Readings |Read Ch. 1 of Business Research Methods. | | |
| |Read Ch. 2 of Business Research Methods. | | |
| |Read Ch. 3 of Business Research Methods. | | |
| |Read Ch. 4 of Business Research Methods. | | |
|Participation |Participate in class discussion. | |1 |
|Individual Assignment |PART 1: Respond to these discussion questions: |Sunday prior to|2 |
| | |Week 2 – 6:00 | |
|Discussion Question |What are the essential tenets of the scientific method, and why is the scientific method |pm | |
| |important to business research? ...