BUS 8010 - Doctoral Writing and Literature Review
Provides practical guidance on how to critically read scholarly articles, how to formulate researchable questions, and how to develop and maintain a reading asset library of annotations to be used throughout the program. Introduces scholarly writing and the standards used to assess it. Identifies the need for information, how to find it, evaluate its accuracy, significance, and relevance to research. Prepares students for the first-year curriculum and the Comprehensive Essay by writing a scholarly literature review on a possible topic of interest for their dissertation.
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