EDUTL 6913

EDUTL 6913: Thesis, Dissertation, and Proposal Writing for International and Second Language Graduate Students – 2 credit hours; graded S/U

This course is designed for international and second language masters and doctoral students who need assistance with the composing and writing stages of their thesis, proposal, or dissertation. It consists of modules on the organization, discourse and grammatical features of the various chapters and sections of theses and dissertations. Lessons on effective writing strategies and use of sources are also included. Students enrolled in the course must be either writing a thesis or dissertation proposal (or prepared to do so) or chapters for a thesis or dissertation. The class meets several times during the term, and students arrange regular one-on-one tutorials with the instructor to consult on work already in progress and/or drafting new chapters.  Repeatable to a maximum of 6 credit hours.

Prerequisite:  Successful completion of EDUTL 5902 or placement test score of 80 Q or 80 EX.