Courses - Interdepartmental Research Studies

Related Courses

At Steinhardt:

Applied Psychology
APSY-GE 2140 Measurement: Classical Test Theory
APSY-GE 2141 Measurement: Modern Test Theory
APSY-GE 2142 Measurement and Evaluation: Psychometric Theory
APSY-GE 2143 Construction of Psychological Tests
APSY-GE 2074 Research Design and Methodology in the Behavioral Sciences II

Nutrition, Food, and Public Health
PUHE-GE 2306 Epidemiology

At Wagner:

PADM-GP 2875 Estimating Impacts in Policy Research
PADM-GP 2902 Statistical Data Analysis
PADM-GP 4114 Surveys and Interviews: A Laboratory on Techniques of Sampling,
Designing, Conducting, and Analyzing Surveys and Interviews


Courant Inst. of Math. Sci.:
MATH-GA 2840 ADVANCED TOPICS IN APPLIED MATHEMATICS (Dynamic Computational Statistical  models  for Socio-economic and Geo-political Systems)
CSCI-GA.3033 Social Networks

POL-GA 2303 Political Survey Research
POL-GA 2251 Quantitative Methods (II or III) 

PSYCH-GA 2228 Intermediate Statistical Methods in Psychology
PSYCH-GA 2229 Multiple Regression Methods in Psychology
PSYCH-GA 2243 Psychometric Test Theory
PSYCH-GA 2244 Multivariate Statistical Analysis
PSYCH-GA 2247 Structural Equation Methods
PSYCH-GA 2248 Methods for the Analysis of Change

SOC-GA 2312 Advanced Multivariate Statistics
SOC-GA 2314 Longitudinal Statistics (Spring 2010)
SOC-GA 3306 Event History Analysis (offered Spring 2011)

At Stern:

ECON-GB 3351  Econometrics I
ECON-GB 9912  Econometric Analysis of Panel Data


STAT-GB 2301 Regression and Multivariate Data Analysis
STAT-GB 2302 Forecasting Time Series Data