Doctoral Dissertation Writing (DDW) is a 12-unit hands-on or self-paced instructor-led workshop to help MA and doctoral students write (a) a doctoral proposal, (a) the first draft of a doctoral dissertation, (c) final draft of the dissertation. Participants will work on each of the 5 chapters and the references, table of contents and appendices. Course members will receive one-on-one mentorship and coaching throughout the process.
The chapters will be reviewed by Dr. Nellie Deutsch. The participants will receive comments within 1 week after completing the chapter, so that the first draft will be ready for submission by the end of the course. Participants may work at their own pace.
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The tuition for the 12-unit writing and mentorship program is $780. You may contact Dr. Nellie Deutsch for further information on how to divide the tuition into 2 payments.
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