Graduate Catalog 2014-2015 
    
    Sep 29, 2022  
Graduate Catalog 2014-2015 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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EDUC 696 - Graduate Research Project

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The graduate student designs and implements a research project to address a problem existing in his/her respective professional setting. The research project is designed cooperatively with a faculty adviser. The project results will be in a written report that is submitted to the adviser and program director and an oral report that is presented before an identified audience. Prerequisite(s): For Education students the course is taken within the last twelve hours of an approved graduate program, after completion of EDUC 510 and EDUC 511 and with permission of the adviser. For M.A.O.L students pursuing the research-based track, this course is taken after completion of EDUC 510 and is a co-requisite with LEAD 691. If the research project is not completed within the semester for which the student is registered, the student must register for an additional credit hour the following semester/s (excluding summer sessions) until the project is completed.



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