4.5 credits; 11 weeks
The purpose of this course is to help students write a well-structured, soundly presented critical literature review. The course covers topic selection, research analysis, and writing, editing, and proofreading strategies.
Upon completing the course, students will have produced a literature review using a minimum of 15 self-selected research articles. This course is appropriate for doctoral students who are writing course papers, theses, or dissertations.
PLEASE NOTE: Students who have already begun writing the literature for their proposal should take the Doctoral Writing Workshop: Revising and Editing the Literature Review course instead so they can work on their own writing.