Dissertation Research III



RES903 – Dissertation Research III – 4 Credits

This course is part of the dissertation research curriculum for the doctorate degree program.

Instructor: Dr. Pascual Marques

Final preparation and defense of dissertation research.

Students will work with an instructor to identify a topic, perform research and produce a Doctor of Science Dissertation in a specialized area of study. An instructor will guide the student through topic selection, problem identification, literature search, problem solution, dissertation structure and content. At the end of the program students will be required to give a 20 to 40 minute presentation of their research to the examining committee. Dissertations are judged by whether or not an original and unique contribution is made to scholarship.

Prerequisites: Completion of 48 hours of graduate-level coursework and pass the graduate degree comprehensive examination

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