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Course Overview

This course is required to be taken twice, typically beginning in the fall semester of students’ first year in the Ph.D. program and continuing into the following spring semester. Students will design and conduct a research project under the supervision of a faculty member. Course requirements include a final paper by the end of the second semester with the following components, as applicable: development of an appropriate research plan, completion of the IRB human subjects review, and collection and analysis of data. LIN 880 may be repeated a third semester at the discretion of the instructor if requirements cannot be successfully completed in the usual two semesters.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate
Prerequisites: Acceptance to LIN Ph.D. program and successful completion of the LIN Qualifying Exam.

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Admissions Requirements

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