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Quantitative Analysis in the Social Sciences (QASS)

Quantitative Analysis in the Social Sciences is a one year track within the Social, Behavioural and Educational Statistics option of the 2 year Master of Science in Statistics programme.

QASS Study Programme & Course Information

The programme includes seven modules - each of them thoroughly examines the relevant techniques of analysis - and a Master thesis. All modules deal with the practical application of the techniques or the analysis method to real survey results. They are structured according to the following model: basic courses include an introductory module that links the traditional correlation methods to the social science research questions, a module explaining sampling techniques and measurement problems in the social sciences, and advanced modules dealing with data reduction, scale construction and data quality and modules dealing with causal models. Advanced inferential and descriptive methods are also covered.

The QASS programme

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