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BA : MSU CommArts&Sci
MBA: San Francsicso State U
Temple U - BBA
Currently at Shippensburg for MBA
Bo Ryan likes his basketball like he likes himself: ugly as fuck.
Elementary Ed. with an Gifted Education certificate
Get off my lawn.
So basically only about 5% of us have done actual graduate work (research). Whereas about 60% have completed an MBA and the rest law/med school...
Michigan State University, BA in Psychology. Spent 1 year at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and 1 year at the Michigan School of Professional Psychology, and earned a MA in Clinical Psychology.
EMU--M.S. degree, historic preservation
The irony...I'm gonna assume you researched your data?
Completed a Masters thesis on the Effect of Cultural Immersion on Personal and Emotional Growth.
Michigan State University, #1 ranked Graduate College of Education in the country!
Formerly Venomous Green Duck. Join Date: Nov. 2004 # of posts: 17,867.
In my DPT program you are required to submit a research project to a professional journal... I would assume other allied health professions have similar requirements. I would be inclined to disagree with you.
What else do you have to do?
Design, conduct, interpret the research... while learning to be professionals in our respective fields. What else is there to do?
I mean, like that's all you have to do? A research project submitted to a journal? Or do you have to take classes, do research, defend that research, I'm just interested....
Marygrove College, Detroit, Master's Degree
Eastern Michigan Universtiy, Specialist's Degree
Friday, I send my application for the Doctoral program at... MSU!
Could use some good thoughts from my friends on the RCMB - the program only admits 15 doctoral candidates a year. Will be tough to make the cut.
B.S. Electrical Engineering - MSU
M.S. Electrical Engineering - MSU
B.A. - Accounting - MSU
JD - MSU (technically still called Detroit College of Law)
B.S. - Chem - MSU
Ph.D. - BioChem - MSU
I'd be curious to see how many wrote a thesis versus just coursework. I've heard some MBA programs allow this in lieu of a few classes.
In my program, we had to first take an evidence-based practice class to get the basics... It was lots of practical, real world applications of research and fundamentals of statistics/analysis, then we had 3 subsequent research classes that were centered around the preparation, implementation, data collection, and interpretation of our research. We designed the studies, collected the data, and wrote the manuscripts which we presented in front of our colleagues and professors after about a year or 15 months of preparation. Finally, if deemed worthy, the studies were submitted to appropriate journals for review and ultimately publication.
Yea you did the same thing as I did. In the engineering world, we call this "writing a paper."
and on a message board this is what I would call "sounding like a douche". No research involved
Michigan for grad school here. Would have preferred to have gone elsewhere, but not a ton of other options in my field in the Midwest.
MSU undergrad - Mechanical Engineering
UVirginia - Masters in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
MSU undergrad: Geological Sciences
UIUC masters: Geological Sciences, focus in Igneous Petrology and Isotope Geochemistry, some Volcanology
UTEP doctorate in progress: Geological Sciences, focus in Igneous Petrology, Isotope Geochemistry, and Volcanology. Specialization in non-traditional stable isotope behavior in high-temperature systems. Looks like I'll be transferring at the end of 2013 to follow my advisor to his new job and finish my research.
Texas Tech - Exercise & Sports Science (Biomechanics concentration)
College of Charleston for a Masters of Public Administration.
Why I ever left Charleston I don't know. That place was awesome
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