Feb 03, 2023  
Academic Catalog 2022-2023 
Academic Catalog 2022-2023
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HOD-829 Praxis II

4 semester credits
Praxis refers to the purposeful use of theoretical knowledge to inform action, in the form of a scholarly argument that targets real-life challenges in modern organizations or communities. One possible format is to develop a case study, to be presented at a conference or submitted to a journal for publication. For the modern scholar, there is no practice more vital to academic endeavor than the ability to present one’s research in a peer-reviewed journal, or at a peer-reviewed academic conference. Through the synthesis of scholarship and practice, the theoretically informed, reflective practitioner develops the skills to analyze current problems and suggest new and innovate ways to address and solve them.
Delivery Method: Online
Grading Default: Letter
Learning Outcome(s):
  • The competency to craft a cogent and persuasive argument, based on evidence and cited literature.
  • The competency to cast this argument in an article for publication, and a paper to be presented at an academic conference.
  • The competency to perform all steps in the process of submitting articles and paper proposals to conferences and journals.

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