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ALE 798 - Applied Doctoral Project

The Applied Doctoral Project (ADP) for the EdD in Adult Learning is a real-world, action research project. Learners would identify a problem or challenge in their place of work or career field. The intent is for the project to interact with real-world challenges in the workplace. Through this educational experience, learners become scholar-practitioners committed to discovering solutions and recommendations to challenges in work environments. The ADP would consist of three parts: a research paper, personal reflection, and presentation. The ADP would be completed by the end of ALE 798 or ALE 799. Prerequisite: ALE795

Credit Hours: 6.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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