Stefan Breet and Professor Jan Dul (the founder of Necessary Condition Analysis) are excited to announce a week-long summer course on Necessary Condition Analysis. The one-week summer course will take place from June 26, 2023 till June 30, 2023 at the Radboud University in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. It is part of the 2nd Summer School in Social Research Methods organized by MethodsNet. For information or to sign up for the course visit Radboud Summer School website and fill out the application form.
Necessary Condition Analysis (NCA) is an approach that allows one to identify necessary conditions for important outcomes. Over the years, the NCA development team has organized workshops, lectures, and short courses to teach researchers and students the NCA methodology. However, these courses typically cannot cover everything in those workshops and have to choose between the basics of NCA or more advanced topics.
That’s why the NCA development team is excited to announce the first ever one-week summer course on Necessary Condition Analysis. This comprehensive course is designed for researchers and students who are interested in gaining a deeper understanding of Necessary Condition Analysis and its application. In this course, you will learn the fundamentals of Necessary Condition Analysis, including its theoretical logic, practical application, relation to other research methods, and research design.
The course will be taught by Stefan Breet and Professor Jan Dul (the founder of the NCA methodology, who will guide you through the Necessary Condition Analysis research step by step, and will provide the knowledge and tools you need to apply the method effectively in your work.
To sign up for the course or for more information, simply visit the Radboud Summer School website and fill out the application form. If you register before the first of March, the course fee is €895 ($962) for regular applicants, and €580.50 ($624) for students and PhDs. If you have any questions about the course, please do not hesitate to contact Stefan Breet at email@example.com.