Colloquium Doctoral Action Research Project IV
This course assesses the outcome of student learning in the previous semester and Program as relevant. The course provides an AMU original, proprietary checklist for successful degree projects. Faculty ensure understanding, review projects, and provide detailed, written feedback.
The course assures the comprehensive integration of concepts, tools and vocabulary learned from the program into the final project. The course verifies that there has been at least one iteration of the project which has been also verified by the field supervisor or champion and guiding coalition. project completion, according to the pre-established performance metrics are signed off by the faculty project advisor. The project is presented to designated recipients at pre-established report-out. Content of a sensitive or proprietary nature is modified or ineligible for public consumption.
This course is delivered in on-line modules and off-line individual review and assistance. In person, on-site sessions are offered when possible. Final project reports-out are proctored by on-site faculty.
Assess, monitor and enhance student learning outcomes and project results.
- Teach how the elements of quality system management comprise a systemic approach to successful project completion
- Explain and demonstrate the skilled calculation of savings from project improvements
- Discuss the systematic application of knowledge, skills and competencies presented in previous courses and doctoral program