Mixed methods design is a survey conducting methodology that entails gathering, evaluating, and bringing together data from qualitative and quantitative research in one study or a longitudinal inquiry program (Mirakyan & De Guio, 2015). Just like quantitative and qualitative designs alone, there are both advantages and disadvantages of using the mixed methods design. With mixed methods research, additional time is needed to gather and analyze data and more skills are required to perform both qualitative and quantitative research. However, the benefits of using mixed methods design are much more than the difficulties. It helps a researcher to expand their understanding of a situation utilizing different sources of data (Sheperis,Young, & Daniels, 2011). In addition, it offers a clearer understanding on studies that would remain a mystery if only a single method design were used.