|Course Number:||DEL 7990|
|Course Name:||Thesis Research (Online)|
|Course Description:||Completion and defense of a carefully delineated scholarly work advancing an original point of view as a result of research. The topic chosen must reflect the student's area of emphasis, if any, and must be approved by a thesis committee.|
|Prerequisites:||All coursework toward the degree must be completed prior to registering or student must be in their final term.|
|Program:||Master of Science in Distance Education Leadership|
Modality Emphasis: A fundamental understanding of the different learning environment modalities for virtual education is valuable for individuals advancing in the field of Distance Education Leadership. This course is comprised of solely asynchronous components and is designed to be self-paced; however, the opportunity for synchronous sessions exists for individual meetings with the instructor via synchronous meeting methods. The final defense will also be delivered via synchronous methods.
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