Thesis Proposal Writing (EDPZ5003)

UNIT OF STUDY

This unit is designed to support PhD, EdD, DSW and MPhil students as they prepare their thesis proposals for formal review and approval, through a program of workshops organised around issues in thinking, reading and writing about research design and practice. Workshops explore a range of approaches to writing about research practice and emphasise the common logic of the research process, and the importance of rigorous and systematic approaches to writing about design and analysis in all research traditions.

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Classes

weekly workshops across 2 semester with Associate Professor Goodwin and Professor Meagher and regular contact with supervisor. Times to be negotiated with supervisor - flexible delivery

Assessment

1x4000-10000wd research proposal (100%) as applicable to the award

Faculty/department permission required?

Yes

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