Students propose a selected research topic under the supervision of a thesis advisor. The written proposal outlines the thesis topic, its conceptual framework, potential contributions, proposed methodology and completion timeline.
Students must have completed 12 credits in the MSc program including MSCA 654 prior to enrolling. Written permission of the Graduate Program Director after a selection process is required.
Students provide in-depth consulting under the guidance of faculty. The Community Service Coordinator builds relationships with representatives of the host organizations, determines their specific needs, and develops a course outline to address them. Approved projects focus on providing a relevant service to the organization, experiential learning and three (3) credits for the students.
Students who have received credit for the topic Community Services Initiative under an MBA 661 number may not take this course for credit.
Students who have received credit for this topic under a MSCA 652 number may not take this course for credit.
This course is equivalent to MSCA 672 Seminar in Pricing. Students who have received credit for MSCA 672 Seminar in Pricing may not take this course for credit.
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