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2018-2019 Academic Bulletin (Catalog) (Jan 2019 Ed) 
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NSG 900 - Doctoral Dissertation and Research

Cr Hrs: 1-9
This course provides the student with opportunity to conceptualize, design, and plan research that improves current or future health of a population; conduct research that includes collecting data, preparing data for analysis, analyzing data, and interpreting results; and disseminate research findings. The student develops a research proposal, gains IRB and committee approval of the proposed research, navigates the research process, prepares for the dissertation defense, and considers professional opportunities such as post-doctoral programs and research positions. These activities will be conducted under the direction and supervision of the student’s faculty advisor.

May be repeated up to 144 credit hours.

Grade Mode: P/N
Instructional Method: Research
Prerequisites: Must have completed two semesters in the PhD Program in Nursing Science or obtain permission from their Faculty Advisor.

Term offered: Fall, Spring

Fall - Instructor of Record: J Carolyn Graff
Spring - Instructor of Record: J Carolyn Graff

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