University of Michigan – Comm 211 is the quantitative reasoning course in the Communication Studies curriculum. This course teaches the fundamental thinking skills necessary for the critical evaluation of scientific arguments. The course introduces logic and quantitative reasoning concepts and asks students to apply these concepts critically. Topics include: research design, causal logic, operationalization, conceptualization, and data analysis.
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