|Common to all relevant programs|
|Subject Area & Catalogue Number||Course Name|
BUSS 5261||Analysis and Critique of Research-based Literature|
To extend skills in conducting the literature review as a discourse by engaging students in an analysis of related research-based and conceptual papers (journals, books, etc.). By the conclusion of the course, students will have prepared a comprehensive listing of literature, the rationale for the study, and the appropriate theoretical framework/themes and research questions/hypotheses in a brief research proposal format.
The focus of this course is to develop candidates’ ability in searching and reviewing the literature relating to their research area.
|Internal, City West|
|Seminar||8 hours x 3 sessions|
Note: These components may or may not be scheduled in every study period. Please refer to the timetable for further details.
|Internal, City West|
|Individual pre-seminar assignment||1500-2000 words||10%||N/A|
|Group presentation on a select topic||N/A||20%||10 minutes incl. class discussion|
|Individual presentation - Individual research topic||N/A||10%||20 minute presentation incl. class discussion|
|Individual post-seminar assignment||5000 words||60%||N/A|
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