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The National Graduate School of Quality Management NGS/U Orientation for Incoming Students
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Orientation for Incoming Students
All materials presented within the “Orientation for Incoming Students” is also contained within the Student Handbook. The following set of slides highlight some key points that every new student should know. Refer to the Student Handbook for additional clarification and official policy statements.
New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEAS&C)
Commission on Institutions of Higher Education (CIHE)
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Bedford, MA 01730-1433
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you must take the following Proactive steps:
Stated in the Student Handbook (Section 5)
NGS/U must receive by the end of Course One:
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The National Graduate School
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Every Cohort Group will select a class representative:
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reason, NGS/U has made available a “secure” site in which project information is limited only to the Professors who require access to evaluate student progress toward the completion of degree requirements.
During the 16-year history of The National Graduate School, the institution has mentored students in the implementation of many highly-sensitive projects. As a result, it is very familiar with NDA’s and will, therefore, require any member of the Administration, Faculty or Staff to provide a signed copy whenever necessary to protect the confidentiality of proprietary information associated with any Doctoral Dissertation project
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- A traditional requirement of nearly every accredited doctoral program nationwide.
- Two-part process that requires both “Initial” and “Final” presentations of your Doctoral Dissertation.
- Both “colloquium” and “colloquia” (plural) are common terms, however the former is applied at NGS/U.
- Includes a detailed description of findings specified in your Five Chapter Dissertation DRAFT.
- Presented during Course 19, it serves as a valuable opportunity to receive feedback from the Dissertation Committee as you prepare for the “Final Colloquium” commonly known as the “Doctoral Dissertation Defense.”
- Review of Related Literature
- Conclusions and Summary
Includes format guidelines and instructions related to dissertation preparation, in general
Provides instructions specific to NGS/U dissertations
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