Friday, September 28, 2012

A Career in Survey Research?


At this point in the Presidential election it sometimes feels like public opinion polls will determine who the next chief executive will be.  Want to be a player in that field?  It's not a bad option for majors in History or Political Science. 

Representatives from the University of Michigan's Program in Survey Methodology will be attending the 2012 Ashland University Graduate School Van-A-Fair on Thursday, October 4, 2012, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., in the Upper Convo-Alumni Room.

The University of Michigan Program in Survey Methodology offers programs of study at the doctoral, master's, and certificate levels. The PhD and MS programs prepare students for careers in private and academic survey research firms, government agencies, and corporations. The certificate program is designed to provide students with specialized knowledge in survey methodology to enhance skills in current positions and to expand career opportunities.

If you have questions, email Patsy Gregory, the student administrative assistant of the program, t pagregor@umich.edu

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