This course introduces the principles of scientific proposal writing techniques. Candidates learn how to locate relevant, reliable and recent sources in an academic way. They identify research questions. They academically synthesize, record, and organize findings out of pilot studies and out of literature review work as well. They read, analyze and critique examples of different scientific research studies based on the research questions asked and the methodology used. They learn how to choose the research design and how to take methodological decisions concerning their proposals.
Given an area of interest, graduate candidates will be able to revise their review of the literature.
Narrow down the topic of given research
Identify & Evaluate relevant sources for the research using both the library and the internet
Cite sources using an appropriate academic format
Synthesize & organize the different parts of a given proposal Academically
Define & formulate the research problem
Define the constructs and the variables of the proposed study
Take methodological decisions regarding research design based on research questions/ hypothesis without breaching the code of ethics
Adopt, adapt, or design an instrument for data collection
Take data analysis decisions based on the research design
Theoretical Inputs and Presentations
Practice through Open class and Group Discussions, Interactive Sessions, Case studies, Role Playing and more
Self reflection and application on business side
- Data show, laptop, flipchart, soft board, flash cards, pins, blank papers, pens, markers, glue, scotch tape