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Course Overview

This student-centered professional seminar provides an opportunity for doctoral students to develop and enhance their knowledge and abilities in scholarly discourse through critical readings of the professional literature, production of manuscripts advancing scholarly arguments, and collegial presentation and discussion. Knowledge, skills, and dispositions are developed through a process of individual and group critique of manuscripts and presentations from seminar participants and the instructor, and critical reflections and revisions by the individual participants. This course is required during the first semester of doctoral studies, and may be repeated in subsequent semesters.

Credits: 2
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate

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