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The Applied Inquiry option focuses on the student acting as an outside consultant for a sport organization. Specifically the student will evaluate at least four aspects of a sport organization by answering four of the questions referred to in the Applied Inquiry Questions (see link to pdf below). Each evaluation is supported by appropriate theoretical rationale, an analysis of the aspect, and specific recommendations for the organization on how to improve the aspect.
The student chooses any 4 of the Applied Inquiry questions to respond to across the Colloquium time frame. Each question is answered specific to the focal organization (identified by the student and advisor). This culminates in an oral presentation given by the student during the Colloquium Presentation for the quarter that the student would like to graduate.
The due dates are in the separate Deadlines document (see below) and are dependent on the quarter that the student wishes to present the colloquium.
All students must discuss their colloquium-option decision with Dr. Trail by the end of their third quarter (Spring quarter of their first year).
Prerequisites: This Option is open to graduate students pursuing a Master’s in Sport Administration & Leadership who have taken at least 36 credits in the degree program and have taken SADL 500.
The 3 credits of SADL 589 must be taken during the quarter that the student will present the colloquium.
Links to all forms for Applied Inquiry Option. DOWNLOAD: Deadlines for Applied Inquiry Option
DOWNLOAD: Applied Inquiry Option Questions
DOWNLOAD: Oral Presentation Requirements
DOWNLOAD: Outline for Applied Inquiry Papers
DOWNLOAD: Example of Oral Presentation
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