KIN 6099 - Thesis
This course provides an extended research experience for the student in a specific topic of professional interest. Under the direction of a faculty advisor and thesis committee, and after completing KIN 6000 and KIN 6005 , the student will conduct further empirical research and will advance through the preparation and defense of a thesis*. Course Aim: This course aims to enable graduate students to conduct original research to advance their field and professional standing. The qualified student will have previously defended a thesis proposal successfully in KIN 6005 .
*Note: If a student does not successfully defend their Thesis, a Program Extension Fee of $600 will be charged to the student’s account each semester until they complete the thesis.
Prerequisite(s): KIN 6005 or equivalent, KIN 6050 , KIN 6060 and consent of Program Director.
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