American Heritage University of Southern California

MB-600 Masters Project Dissertation

The Masters Project is the culmination of the AHUSC Master’s learning experience. Each student entering this two class sequence have already identified and developed a problem of interest and a methodological approach to explore this problem through the entire course sequence. MBA 600a allo...more

  • Course ID: MB 600
  • Start Date: 08/19/2019
  • Duration: 8 weeks
  • Method of Instruction: Online

Units: 6

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The Masters Project is the culmination of the AHUSC Master’s learning experience. Each student entering this two class sequence have already identified and developed a problem of interest and a methodological approach to explore this problem through the entire course sequence. MBA 600a allows students to organize the information gathered into formal thesis proposals. MBA 600b allows students to gather and analyze necessary data, complete and defend their dissertations. Special components of significance to MBA600a include a problem statement, proposed experimental design, and literature review. The final assignment for MBA600a will be the Thesis Proposal. Special components of MBA 600b will include operational definitions, gathering of pilot data, gathering of experimental data, statistical analyses, and dissertation write-up. The final assignment for MBA 600b will be the dissertation defense. 

Dr Ray Briggs Adjunct Faculty

Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, Cornell University, NY, B.A., Oakland University, Rochester, MI.

  • Fundamentals of the research process in business
  • Applying scientific thinking to Management Problems
  • The research process
  • The research proposal
  • Drafting and refining a problem statement