Part I: SMC students take 5 advanced modules, including at least:
Module 3: Library Research for a Thesis;
Module 4: Advanced research and writing skills.
Advanced Module 1: Human Research I: Introduction
A survey of the kinds of research done with human subjects and introduction to the need for ethical guidelines in human research.
Advanced Module 2: Human Research II: Advanced
This more advanced workshop on research with human subjects provides more depth about the strategies used in research and the best uses for each type of research strategy.
Advanced Module 3: Library Research for a Thesis
This module on thesis writing outlines the steps required in the process of organizing a research plan, from sourcing primary and secondary resources, to thesis organization to the thesis statement.
Advanced Module 4: Advanced Research and Writing Skills
Advanced Module 5: Research Methods in Theology
This module is offered as a part of the January intensive modules for the respective research methods courses and requirements at the 3 schools.
Advanced Module 6: Research Methods in Biblical Studies
Advanced Module 7: Research Methods in History
Advanced Module 8: Research Methods in Indigenous Studies
Advanced Module 9: Educational Leadership
Advanced Module 10: Asian Canadian Studies
Part II: Students work with a ‘professor of record’ to do bibliographical work arising from these modules