January 16 & 175:30 to 7:30 p.m.
This course assists students in completing a major research project or academic paper that demonstrates their professional and academic competencies learned in the Behavioural Sciences degree program. With the support of the professor, students in this course will independently develop and present a research project or paper proposal, and submit an approval to the Research Ethics Board. Students are encouraged to pursue collaborative relationships with professionals from their practica and professors from other courses to help support them in the development of their research proposal. Students are expected to start the course with ideas for their major research project or paper.
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