The purpose of this quantitative quasi-experimental nonequivalent control-group study was to determine whether the civics portion of the Army JROTC curriculum affected the civic development of Hispanic cadets.
The research questions for the study focused on whether or not exposure to JROTC civics lessons increased cadets' civic knowledge, skills, and attitudes.
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When the student and committee agree that the dissertation is satisfactory, the student schedules a one-hour public defense of the dissertation.
Students must submit the final version of the dissertation to their committee at least two weeks before their defense date.
Course requirements include meeting with the dissertation adviser at least once during the semester; arranging to do so is the student's responsibility.
The Office of Graduate Education requires that students take at least 12 credits of Dissertation Research during their course of study.
A student researching and writing her or his dissertation registers for ASTD 6990: Dissertation Research, using the section number of his or her committee chair.
The course is graded as IP (In Progress) or U (Unsatisfactory) until the semester within which the student graduates, when the grade will be S (Satisfactory).