doc722 | Graduate
Doctoral Seminar II
This course is designed to focus on the Doctoral Proposal for approval. During this course, the work from the Second-Year Residency will be applied to the development of the Proposal. Topics in this course include focused literature review, statistical and qualitative tools, data gathering and data analysis approaches, past research and current theory, proposal chapter format requirements, Human Subjects research requirements, and submission timelines.
- Develop a draft of a dissertation proposal
- Articulate knowledge gaps in a selected field by synthesizing relevant literature.
- Evaluate research studies in terms of its relevance to a research topic.
- Define appropriate research methodology and design for a research study.
- Describe the scope, limitations and delimitations, population, sample, and instrument used in a research study.
- Develop a timeline for proposal submission and degree program completion.
- Examine ethical considerations for a research study.
This graduate-level course is 8 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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