Dissertation Proposal Seminar II
Provides guidance in the preparation of a dissertation proposal. Involves study of the content and functions of parts of a proposal, characteristics of a good proposal, and principles of style. Emphasis on understanding logical relations between elements in proposal (e.g. the problem, conceptual framework, and methodology) and on application of research, evaluation, or development principles in designing the study. Students write and engage in critical analysis of their draft proposals. Student evaluation is contingent upon successful departmental review of dissertation proposal.
- Old Course Number: E27.3002