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Summer School: Applied Business Research Methods

The Summer school offers short modules in Business research methods for MBA and Master degree student of economic at IUG and AZU according to the following criteria:

1.       The number of students are 25 in each Module.

2.       The student is registered in the MBA program in Alazhar University of Gaza (AUG) or Islamic University of Gaza (IUG).

3.       The interested researchers from University College of Applied Sciences.

4.       The student is enrolled in research methodology course or in the phase of writing up the dissertation.

5.       The student must attend all sessions of the summer school.

6.        The student must do the related assignments. 

7.       The teaching staff of AUG, IUG and UCAS are welcomed to attend the sessions.

Summer School offers five modules business research methods:

Day

Subject

Leaders

Time

Day 1 (06/03/2019)

 

Research philosophyand research Design

 

Dr. Marwan Al Agha- AUG

14:00-16:00

 

Conducting systematic literature review

Dr. Mohammed Alashi- IUG

16:30-18:00

Day 2

(07/03/2019)

Quantitative research methods: Developing Questionnaire

Dr. Mohammed Salem-UCAS

09:00-11:00

Quantitative research methods using SmartPLS

Dr, Anas Lubad

11:00-13:00

Quantitative research methods using Eviews

Prof. Samir Safi-IUG

13:00-15:00

Day 3

(09/03/2019)

Analysis of qualitative research by using Nvivo

Dr. Wael Al Daya- IUG

14:00-18:00

 

Day 4

(10/03/2019)

Research Ethics

Dr. Hatem Alayidi-IUG

14:00-15:00

 

Research Engines and Database (Emerald, JSTOR, Elsevier and Eco link) and Thomson Reuters Data Stream.

Dr. Wael Al Daya

15:30-18:00

Day 5

(11/03/2019)

International Research Landscape

Mr. Bilal Abu Rass- IUG

14:00-16:00

 

Writing up Your Thesis & Defending your thesis

Dr. Bilal El Bashiti- AUG

16:30-18:00

 

Attachments: 

Agenda of Summer School 

Presentations

 


BERC - Develop Business and Economic Research Centers Capacity at Palestinian Higher Education Institutions

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