The Initiative lists graduate-level QUAL-related courses offered throughout Social Science departments at UW. If you have questions or suggestions, please contact us at email@example.com.
The below list is based on when pre-approved courses for the QUAL Concentration are planned to be offered next. For the most up-to-date information and complete course lists by department, please refer to the UW Time Schedule; you can also find class times and more information at UW MyPlan.
*Students who are not in the Sociology department need prior approval of the professor teaching the given class to register for advanced Sociology courses. For questions about the process, contact Val Petrova, firstname.lastname@example.org.
**This course fills up quickly. Students interested in taking it are encouraged to contact the professor in advance.
***Students who are not in the Anthropology department must contact the professor for this course in advance.
****This course has a prerequisite, POLS/CS&SS 510, Maximum Likelihood Methods for the Social Sciences; if requesting to register for POLS 504 without this prerequisite, students need to email the instructor in advance and list already completed methodology training.
Dr. Drozdova, an associate professor of political science at Seattle Pacific University will present her work on the new methodology - the use of information theory to lay out a systematic approach to comparative case studies at the next Speaker Series talk: Thu, Apr 11 | 12:30 p.m. | THO 317