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Course Overview

This course provides students with an opportunity to engage in field work in education research under the mentorship of an experienced researcher. It is expected that the student will complete a minimum of 75 hours completing research activities. Student assumes gradually increasing responsibilities for research-related activities on projects in the student’s areas of expertise and interest and approved by the student’s advisor and the Program Advisory Committee.
This course may be taken up to two times. The second time the course is taken, it is expected that the student will be engaging in more advanced research activities.

Credits: 2
Distribution: Graduate
Prerequisite: Doctoral student in CSEDL program, approval for research proposal by Program Advisory Committee, and completed CITI training certificate.

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