Race, Racism and Inequities

Summary

Level of study: Career Based/Vocational

The aim of this micro-credential is to equip enrollees with the skills and knowledge to engage with empirical research on race, racism and inequities either directly as a researcher, or as a policy maker critically engaging with the most recent research.
Topics
Understanding ‘race’ and ethnicity
Understanding racism as a fundamental cause of inequities
Principles of quantitative research design for race, racism and inequities research
Principles of data analysis for race, racism and inequities research
Interpreting research on race, racism and inequities for decision making
Learning outcomes
Upon successful completion, enrollees will have the knowledge and skills to:
Specify a research question related to race, racism and inequities that is answerable using quantitative empirical methods
Communicate and critique existing quantitative research on race, racism and inequities in a rigorous manner.
Understand the assumptions, strengths and limitations of research on race, racism and inequities
Understand approaches to analysis of race, racism and inequities research
Design or critique a research study on race, racism and inequities
Micro-credential stack information
This micro-credential may be undertaken as a stand-alone course.

Key Information
Visa Information
* Austrade is passing on information provided by the institution and makes no representation about the accuracy of the information provided. Check with the institution before you make any decision.

Search

Similar course options