NUR 788: Dissertation Proposal Develop - fall
Prerequisite: Matriculation in PHD program and completion of NUR 786 and 787 and all but 6 credits of prescribed program of study.
The dissertation is the culmination of knowledge development across the program. Over a period of several semesters, students synthesize and integrate knowledge from the program of study and develop a concentrated investigation of a fundamental or applied issue pertinent to nursing science. Students' research must make a contribution to nursing science in the area of chronic illness and /or nursing education. Students will successfully complete the qualifying requirement and prepare a formal proposal endorsed by the students' dissertation committee. The written dissertation must be completed in accordance with the rules of the Office of Graduate Studies and the College of Nursing.
|Instructor: Mary Mccurry||Class status: O|
|Prerequisite: Matriculation in PHD program and completion of NUR 786 and 787 and all but 6 credits of prescribed program of study.|
|Class instruction mode: In Person|