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Courses available for the doctoral candidates of other faculties

STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING 1

Autumn 2017
Teachers: Associate Professor Niina Junttila, Senior Researcher Eero Laakkonen
ECTS: 3
4
Objectives and learning outcomes: In this course, participants will get acquainted with what Structural Equation Modeling is, how it can be used as an analytic tool in research, and how data for Structural Equation Modeling can be collected, analysed, and reported. The doctoral candidates will perform Structural Equation Modeling analyses by working with exemplary or with the participants’ own data sets.
Contents: Lectures (4 h) and workshops (10 h). During the course, students are expected to complete the exercises provided by the teachers and write a research report.
Participants: All doctoral candidates interested in statistical analyses and/or collecting or planning to collect data suitable for SEM analysis. Basic statistical skills are required.
Maximum of 12 doctoral candidates of the Faculty of Education and 8 doctoral candidates from other faculties. 
Language: English
Completion requirements and evaluation: Active participation, exercises and research report (Fail – Pass).
Registration: https://www.webropolsurveys.com/S/1D18D7859AE0CCBF.par.
 
Timetable:   

Date​ ​Time ​Place ​Content ​Lecturers
Mon 20.11.​ ​12-16 ​Pub431​ ​Lecture/workshop ​Junttila & Laakkonen
Wed ​22.11.​ ​12-14 ​Pub431 ​Lecture/workshop Junttila & Laakkonen​
​Mon 27.11. ​12-16 ​Pub431 ​Lecture/workshop ​Junttila & Laakkonen
Thu ​30.11.​ ​12-16 ​Pub431 ​Lecture/worskhop ​Junttila & Laakkonen

 


 

STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING 2


Spring 2018

Teachers: ssociate professor Niina Junttila, Senior researcher Eero Laakkonen

ECTS: 3-4

Objectives and learning outcomes:  The objective of the course is that the participants become autonomous users of Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). Some advanced SEM-methodology is covered, like mixture and multilevel models. The participants are recommended to work with their own data set yet exemplary data is also available. The aim of the course is to produce research outcomes suitable for scientific publication.

Contents: Lectures (4 h) and workshops (10 h). During the course, students are expected to complete exercises and write a research report.

Participants: All doctoral candidates with the basic knowledge of Structural Equation Modeling (equivalent to the contents of the SEM 1 course; see course description above). Maximum of 12 doctoral candidates of the Faculty of Education and 8 doctoral candidates from other faculties.


Language: Finnish. NOTE! If at least five English-speaking doctoral candidates of the Faculty of Education sign up for the course, the course will be held in English.

Completion requirements and evaluation: Active participation, exercises and research report (Fail – Pass).


Registration: https://www.webropolsurveys.com/S/1D18D7859AE0CCBF.par

Timetable

Date
Time
Place
Content
Teachers
Tue 23.1.
12-16
Pub 431
Lecture/workhop
Junttila & Laakkonen
Thu 25.1.
14-16
Pub 431
Lecture/workhop
Junttila & Laakkonen
Tue 30.1.
12-16
Pub 431
Lecture/workhop
Junttila & Laakkonen
Thu 1.2.
12-16
Pub 431
Lecture/workhop
Junttila & Laakkonen
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