DBA-910 Scholar-Practitioner Field Project I - Research Methods, Project Identification, Framing, and Site Preparation
This is the first of three scholar-practitioner field project courses. The course focuses on enabling students to identify and frame a degree culminating field project. The student works collaboratively with the Capstone mentor to identify and examine a business-based problem, choose the research method, integrate and apply key knowledge acquired from the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) curriculum, initiate site selection, and prepare activities that facilitate Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval. The central focus of the course is formulating a project proposal that is data driven and supported by evidence-based literature and contemporary field experience. Key field project products completed in this course include: Capstone project proposal, problem statement, research questions and related theory, and professional practice literature review.
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