Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Rehabilitation and Movement Science
NOTE: This program will begin in fall 2019.
|RMS 701||Foundations of Rehabilitation and Movement Science||3|
|RMS 704||Research for the Rehabilitation and Movement Scientist||3|
|RMS 705||Instrumentation and Outcome Measures [Proposed]||3|
|RMS 720||Dissertation I: Introduction and Systematic Review||3|
|RMS 721||Dissertation II: Methods and Research Proposal||3|
|RMS 722||Dissertation III: Data Collection, Results, and Analysis||3|
|RMS 723||Dissertation IV: Discussion and Research Defense||3|
If students do not successfully complete their research proposal at the end of RMS 721 Dissertation II, they must register for RMS 749 Dissertation Continuation I for 1 unit every term until it is successfully completed.
After enrolling in RMS 722 Dissertation III for one semester, and RMS 723 Dissertation IV for one semester, students must enroll in RMS 750 Dissertation Continuation II for 1 unit each semester from the time their research proposal is accepted until their dissertation is approved for ProQuest submission.