Inquiry Topic (GSDD5006)


This unit of study in the Master of Health Science (Developmental Disability) forms a capstone for Masters students. It is not available to Graduate Certificate of Health Science (Developmental Disability) students. The purpose of this unit of study is to provide the student with the opportunity to investigate an area relevant to theory, practice and professional interests in developmental disability. The outcome of this inquiry topic is a comprehensive paper that may involve an extended literature analysis and critical review (or another mutually agreed format) of the chosen topic. This unit must be taken toward the end of the student's course, typically as a final or near final unit of study. Students must discuss their topic with the unit coordinator, who will organise a suitable supervisor. Approval from the coordinator is required prior to enrolling in this unit.

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Learning contract (15%) , progress report (15%) and 5000wd report (70%)

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