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What will I learn in a social research analytics degree program?

Students learn how to translate topics of interest to them into social-scientific research questions and testable hypotheses and learn how to identify appropriate method(s) for exploring or testing them. Through coursework and research, students become able to design and execute social science research projects using a variety of qualitative and quantitative methods, such as ethnography, focus groups, in-depth interviewing, program evaluation and survey research. Students also gain experience presenting their research findings to diverse audiences, including academic scholars, prospective employers, policymakers and community stakeholders. This comprehensive skill set equips graduates of the program to excel in careers where the ability to conduct social research analytics is in high demand, such as in education, the non-profit sector, government and business.

Areas of emphasis in the social research analytics program

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76% of students receive financial aid

Almost everyone is eligible to receive some kind of aid. We offer need-based and merit-based forms of financial aid to help you afford college.

54% of all students graduate with no debt

That's right. More than half of our students leave the University of Nevada, Reno with no student debt.

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