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EDUS 702. Foundations of Educational Research and Doctoral Scholarship I. 3 Hours.

3 lecture hours. 3 credits. This interdisciplinary seminar is the first part of a two-semester sequence. Students will learn about the nature of scholarly inquiry and the worth of situating research within its wider social and political contexts. Course will deal with limitations of knowledge and knowing and aid students in understanding major themes in the field of epistemology. Emphasis will be given to the nature and structure of knowledge and evidence, justification of beliefs, beliefs about "truth," naturalized epistemology and the role of skepticism in inquiry and advanced study. EDUS 702 and 703 are continuous courses.

Engineering, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) with a concentration in computer science . Admission requirements hour CMSC 702 course. Other students...