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EDU-806 Seminar in Publishing, Grant, Writing, and Presentation Skills

Doctorate, Graduate


Course Overview

This seminar addresses professional writing and presentation skills needed by many doctoral level professionals in education. Students analyze and evaluate grant proposals, published articles, and presentations for structure, word choice, voice, and content. They construct short manuscripts that adhere to the American Psychological Association style format. In addition, students prepare media-enhanced presentations for professional audiences, including parent groups, teachers, school administrators, and professional conferences.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate
Prerequisite: EDU 805 or equivalent

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Admissions Requirements

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