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EDUC 911 - Dissertation In Practice

12 hours
The Dissertation In Practice is a field-based, practice-centered inquiry, which consists of comprehensive applied research of significant importance. The Dissertation In Practice demonstrate candidates’ ability to identify a significant issue within their organization or community and their ability to conduct research leading to a solution or improvement from which others will benefit.  In this course, candidates will uphold the highest standards of scholarship and inquiry.  The Dissertation In Practice is comprised of five written chapters consisting of: Proposal; Literature review; Methodology; Findings; Conclusions and Recommendations. (Candidates will be guided by a “Dissertation In Practice Manual.”) Students must register for this course throughout the doctoral program for a total of 12 credit hours. Prerequisite(s): EDUC 901 , EDUC 903 , EDUC 908 ; EDUC 911A must be passed before EDUC 911B; EDUC 911B must be passed before EDUC 911C. GR