Join this course if you are a doctoral student taking your degree program classes or writing your dissertation. Get expert tips on how to manage your time commitments and communicate effectively with your advisor and other students and faculty.
Instructional Course Goal: Upon completion of this course, you will identify strategies for writing and completing your dissertation, including how to manage your time and how to communicate with your doctoral advisor.
This course addresses the following competencies:
Creativity and Innovation: (LEADING CHANGE) You develop new insights into situations; you question conventional approaches; encourage new ideas and innovations; you design and implement new or cutting edge programs/processes.
Technical Credibility: (RESULTS DRIVEN) You understand and appropriately apply principles, procedures, requirements, regulations, and policies related to specialized expertise.
Interpersonal Skills: (FUNDAMENTAL COMPETENCY) You treat others with courtesy, sensitivity, and respect. You consider and respond appropriately to the needs and feelings of different people in different situations.
Oral Communication: (FUNDAMENTAL COMPETENCY) You make clear and convincing oral presentations. You listen effectively; you clarify information as needed.
Written Communication: (FUNDAMENTAL COMPETENCY) You write in a clear, concise, organized, and convincing manner for the intended audience.
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