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CISC 787 Doctoral Research Seminar I

This course is the first of the two Doctoral Research Seminar courses. The course provides the student with the theoretical background and practical application of various research methods that can be used in computational sciences. The course provides a look to the research process and literature review and study the correlation and experimental research methods and design. Students will analyze several existing research studies and design and conduct studies. The principal work in this course is the research and writing of a substantial paper in a field related to the Ph.D. dissertation of each student. The student is expected to have a research topic and primary source base identified and the topic approved by the dissertation adviser.

Course ID: CISC 787

Semester Hours: 3

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