The Essentials area houses guides, manuals, and templates to assist you in your doctoral journey. There is also a section specifically for rubrics for each of the sections as well as the proposal and manuscript. Along with these items, there are additional resources provided for the ASC, Library, technology, and accessing published dissertations.
Log into NCUOne and scroll down on the homepage until your find your Upcoming Courses widget. Look for the courses that begin with DIS.
Course Codes: DIS-9911A/B/C/D, DIS-9912A/B/C/D, DIS-9913A/B/C/D, and DIS-9914A/B/C/D= Applied Doctoral Center
Course Codes: DIS-9901A/B/C/D, DIS-9902A/B/C/D, DIS-9903A/B/C/D, and DIS-9904A/B/C/D= Dissertation Center
The documents and information below are for all students in a program with an applied doctoral project.
Not yet at the Dissertation phase? Getting ready for your CMP course? Check out the CMP Course Frequently Asked Questions document below:
PICOT is a systematic, approved format to develop an applied study and evidence-based doctoral project. It is focused on a clinical or operational problem within the institution. It is an acronym derived from the following elements –
The informational webinar below, provided by SOHP, outlines how to develop the PICOT question.
Library Dissertation Toolbox Workshop Series
The Library Dissertation Toolbox Workshop Series consists of engaging, skill-building workshops designed specifically for doctoral students. Students will learn how to effectively locate, evaluate, and use information relating to their dissertation research topics. Each toolbox session features a new research focus- sign up for the entire series, or just those that most appeal to you: