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The Colloquium is the culminating project for the MSAL program. There are two options within the Colloquium: the Applied Inquiry Option (SADL 589) or the Research Option (SADL 590). The Applied Inquiry Option focuses on consulting for a sport organization by evaluating four content areas and making recommendations for improvement in those four areas. The Research Option focuses on researching an area of the student’s interest, collecting data, analyzing the data either quantitatively or qualitatively, and then presenting the results both orally and in writing. (See the course descriptions and each option area for more detailed information on each option.) Each student is required to choose one of the two options by the end of the third quarter, if not before. Students must have completed at least 36 credits toward their degree before they can register for either Colloquium Option. Students are required to judge the colloquium preceding the colloquium during which they will present. Students register for the chosen option during the quarter that they will present even though they will start their projects before that quarter. See timelines and deadlines under each option.
If the student chooses the Research Option, the student may always choose to switch to the Applied Inquiry Option at any time. If the student chooses the Applied Inquiry Option, the student may switch to the Research Option at any time; however, the student must take an approved statistics class before the student will be given permission to start on the research project.
All questions should be directed to Dr. Trail, firstname.lastname@example.org
After the student has been approved for whichever option the student chose, the student may ask one of the following people to be the colloquium advisor. However, the advisor may decline because he or she either already have too many advisees or he or she does not have the expertise to help the student in the area in which the student would like to focus the project.
After an advisor has agreed to advise the student, the student needs to inform Dr. Trail. Information on the two options can be accessed by clicking on either of the following links.
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