Use The Commons calendar to find information on upcoming Graduate Studies Support Center Skill Ups and other events.
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1. Chapter 1: Problem Statement 2. Chapter 4: Analysis and Coding Example 3. Chapter 4: Trustworthiness of Qualitative Data 4. Chapter 1: Purpose Statement 5. Theoretical Framework
Welcome to the Dissertation Center! The Dissertation Center is a collection of resources to support students in completing their dissertation as part of the Doctoral Student Experience (DSE). The Dissertation Center is broken up into a collection of guides and each guide supports you in different areas of your dissertation. Navigate to the guides using the blue tabs near the top of the page. Once in a guide, use the table of contents on the left to navigate within the guide itself.
Many of the guide homepages also include a Jump to DSE Guide widget in the left navigation column. You can use this to easily navigate to another area of the Dissertation Center. Just select the page you wish to access from the dropdown menu and then click the Go button.
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-9901A/B/C/D, DIS-9902A/B/C/D, DIS-9903A/B/C/D, and DIS-9904A/B/C/D= Dissertation Center
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
Important: If you are working on a project/dissertation-in-practice as part of the Applied Doctoral Experience (ADE), you will find your resources in the Applied Doctoral Center.
Great Start to the DSE is a guided roadmap of the DSE process and resources available for free. Students can self-enroll in Great Start from their NCUOne homepage.