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ED566 Counseling and Human Development Ph.D. Dissertation Proposal Seminar

This course is designed to scaffold students' dissertation proposal writing experiences. Introduces doctoral students to the key elements of a dissertation proposal and provides chapter-by-chapter support for negotiating the proposal's content. Students share their own writing process with the class and are expected to actively participate in discussions that address roadblocks encountered by classmates. The course schedule budgets the timing of assignments so that students will have a complete proposal manuscript by the end of the course. Completion of two of the three comprehensive examination questions, or permission of the instructor, is required.

Credits: 3
Offered: Spring
Prerequisites: None
Restrictions: None
Instructors: K. Douthit
ED 566 Counseling and Human Development Ph.D. Dissertation Proposal Seminar course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.