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Aug 24, 2017 by Melissa Busskohl (mbuss)
CDAD 6998 : Thesis Research
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Corcoran Decorative Arts and Design (CDAD)
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DADH-MA: MA in Decorative Arts and Design History
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
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students in the MA in decorative arts and design program with the permission of the advisor
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Original advanced research of a particular topic or theme in decorative arts and design that results in an annotated scholarly paper. Includes a thesis defense. May be repeated for credit.
After completing a thesis, the student will be able to :
-State and defend a thesis with adequate attention to analysis and evidence
-Incorporate and document primary and secondary sources correctly and appropriately
-Demonstrate knowledge of relevant literature in decorative arts and design history
-Situate disciplinary subject matter within its historical context
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Replaces CDAD 6903 Thesis Research
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