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It takes engineers 15 months to write every paper...jesus you people are retarded.
This post was edited by JMCSpartan08 14 months ago
WMU. MSU significantly changed the area I was studying right before I applied and WMU's program allowed me to work full time while I was song it.
Sparty is our mascot, we are Spartans.
University of Detroit-Mercy School of Law.
Finally another geologist.
I'm going to go out on a limb here and guess that you have a wicked mustache. Or at least some facial hair?
Let's be honest, engineering research and healthcare research is an apples to oranges comparison. I'm sure engineering research is a very involved process, but I would be willing to guess that you don't have to go through the hurdles of using human subjects and going through an ethics committee.
We come up with an idea, design the entire study, submit the finished idea to an ethics committee/institutional review board (which depending on institution takes 3 months give or take to review and deem the study ethical before you can even begin using human subjects), recruit subjects over a period of time, establish informed consent, collect/interpret data, and write the manuscript. It's a time taking process, and it's something that we do in our spare time when we aren't learning how to become healthcare professionals. Again, the focus of my grad program was to train us to become entry-level clinicians and to prepare us to sit for state board licensure to practice. Research was a small part of what we did. Not sure if that counts as 'real graduate work' in your book.
This post was edited by JayBoan 14 months ago
I would if I were a dude!
MBA in Finance from Wayne State.
I'd let you play with my rocks.
right on dudette
Michigan State B.S. ChemE, Bach. Music Performance
Penn State M.S. ChemE
Now I'm back at MSU in the post-bachelor teacher ed program. I feel old.
MSU - undergrad
Loyola University Chicago - M.Ed. Higher Education
I didn't, not worth it yet.
Yea, most of the NSF grant money goes toward booze and hookers.
MBA - Michigan, Ann Arbor
JD - Cooley, Lansing
St Copius of, uh, northern, uh....
I'm not saying it's not "real graduate work." I respect your work as much as my own. I'm saying you're writing paragraphs describing something that can be said in one sentence.
"Leave the gun.....take the cannoli"
"It's not your job to be as confused as Nigel."
MBA Wayne State
MS Taxation Walsh College
I am proud of my thesis and I'm still in the works of trying to get it published to the Journal of Neuroscience Methods. My advisor keeps fiddling with my images though.
This post was edited by Dendrobates 14 months ago
I was actually just fiddling with some of ur images as well.
right because designing things like bridges, cars, electrical components, etc. are just childs play. Its not like people could die or anything if what ever it is, was engineered poorly...
Grad School- Univ of St Francis MBA
Adv HR Exec Cert- UM Ross School of Business
The moment is eternal
BA Michigan State
MBA Arizona State
one year of work between
This post was edited by KoeiKan1 14 months ago
MSU - B.S. Medical Technology (LBS)
MSU - M.D.
We were one among the Fence.
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