Why is this information important?
On this page you will find the following helpful resources:
UNC's Odum Institute (for advancing social science teaching and research) maintains a calendar of all training at the Institute, including including public, private, and credit courses and additional education opportunities. Some courses require registration and may have associated fees. Examples of qualitative themed classes offered at the Odum Institute include:
UNC offers many graduate certificates; here are some that are relevant to those interested in qualitative research. Even if you aren't interested in completing the coursework for a certificate, the curricula of these programs are good sources of information on qualitative-related courses taught at UNC. You can see a list of other certificate programs offered at UNC on the central Certificate Programs homepage.
Certificates Open to Graduate Students and Non-Degree-Seeking Students:
Certificates Open to Matriculating Graduate Students Only:
A program advisor will work with you to determine how to best structure your certificate based on your research and career goals. A maximum of 4 credit hours may be drawn from required coursework in your graduate program.
These links will take you to schedules of qualitative workshops offered or co-sponsored by various departments on campus. You may be able to find more by visiting the UNC Events page.