Professional course

Structural Equation Modelling 2

About this course

Course code:
Z41000047
Applications:
University
Level:
Professional/Short Course
Department:
Engineering Design and Mathematics
Campus:
Frenchay
Duration:
One day
Programme leader:
Dr. Paul White

Page last updated 1 September 2016

Introduction

The majority of researchers taking our SPSS and modelling professional courses do so to assist with their research and to gain a better understanding of the use of quantitative research methods.

You might be interested to know that these courses can be optionally taken with formal assessment so as to gain academic credit towards the MSc Statistics and Management Science. Those interested in this route should additionally contact Paul White for further information.

Entry requirements

Overseas students need to have, in advance of application, either a valid student visa or evidence of residency status in the UK.

Structure

Content

In this course we build upon the Structural Equation Modelling I course by considering using the AMOS software for the following:

1 Nonrecursive Models

2 Intercepts and means

3 AMOS alternatives to Analysis of Covariance

4 Missing data and data imputation

5 Bootstrapping

We will frequently make use of some of the path diagrams we created in the Structural Equation Modelling I course notes. Furthermore, it shall be assumed that the basics in the first set of notes are familiar and understood; for example there will be little specific instructions on how to draw the path diagrams.

Assessment

This is a non-credit bearing course and no assessment will be undertaken. You will receive a certificate of attendance on completion of the course.

Prices and dates

Supplementary fee information

External participants - £195
UWE Alumni, Staff from other Universities, NHS staff - £150
UWE Staff (including those registered as PhD students) - £100
UWE PhD and Masters students - £60

How to apply

How to apply

For enquiries relating to course content or suitability for you, please e-mail <a href="mailto:Paul.White@uwe.ac.uk">Dr Paul White</a> or telephone on +44 (0)117 32 83145.

For further information

  • Email:
  • Telephone: +44 (0)117 32 83210

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