doc733 | Graduate
This is a mentor-guided course. Learners enroll for this course while finalizing their doctoral project with their committee. The learner/mentor relationship is the catalyst for completing the doctoral project research, findings, recommendations, and conclusions.
- Develop a learning contract for completing the dissertation proposal.
- Synthesize the influences of historical developments and trends on practices and polices in the relevant field of study.
- Characterize a leadership problem situated in the historical developments and current trends in the field of study.
- Propose a method for obtaining greater knowledge about an identified problem.
- Create a dissertation proposal with a cohesive statement of purpose and process in researching and writing the dissertation.
- Submit a dissertation proposal for quality review methods and Institutional Review Board approvals for beginning data collection.
This graduate-level course is 8 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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