Students should consult their advisors for specific departmental requirements and timelines for collaborative research and teacher research.
Collaborative Research (Special Education General Curriculum Fifth Year program)
The original copy of the ready-for-publication article shall follow the guidelines of a reputable content-area journal. The collaborative research project must be completed and in the hands of the examining committee no later than four weeks before the end of the semester in which the research will be completed. Presentation of the project to the student's committee must occur prior to the end of the semester. The final requirement for the collaborative research project is the submission of the revised article to the collaborative research chair who will then send written notification of completion to the Registrar and the College of Graduate and Professional Studies.
Teacher Research (C&I Specialist in Music program)
The General format of the written document should be the same as described above in "Thesis." In addition the student is responsible for including both a video recording of the presentations and an additional copy of any visuals (PP, etc.) used in the presentation. The timelines for completion of the research and document are included in the course syllabus. The required public presentation will be scheduled by the Department of Music for a Date in March, and all members of the Cohort who are completing their projects during that year will make their presentations at that time as a Symposium. After the public presentation the candidate will prepare three copies of the materials, submit them to the Library, and pay the binding fee to the Library.