Doctoral Project

SAR OT 930

This is an on-line graduate course in the post-professional OTD program. Concurrent with each full semester (fall, spring, summer) in the OTD program, students register for one credit of the Doctoral Project. In the fourth semester of the program, students register for 3 credits of the Doctoral Project course. The Doctoral Project is organized around the student's proposed innovation in practice. It is in the form of a series of qualifying tasks, each of which represents a critical phase of the proposal. Guidance in the doctoral project will be through a combination of three elements: Faculty advising and mentorship, peer mentorship and a.Circle of Advisors composed of a minimum of two professionals with content expertise in the doctoral project. The project outcomes include: Description of a short-coming, gap or specific need in the student's area of practice; compilation of a theoretical and evidence base to support the proposed project; description of the proposed program; evaluation plan; funding plan; dissemination plan; executive summary and Fact Sheet. (1 credit each full semester until completed, 3 credits in the final semester - a minimum of 6 credits)

FALL 2014 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
OC TBA ARR TBD-TBD Msot-Otd Only
On-line course

FALL 2014 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
OL Jacobs ARR TBD-TBD Online Otd
students only.
On-line course

SPRG 2015 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
OC Martin ARR TBD-TBD O.T.D. students
only
On-line course

SPRG 2015 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
OL Martin ARR TBD-TBD O.T.D. students
only
On-line course

Note: this course was also offered during Summer Term

Note that this information may change at any time. Please visit the Student Link for the most up-to-date course information.