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lisa99

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  1. He doesn't really want to give any further details. I have asked before, and he just ignored my email, twice. So here I am searching and asking expertise.
  2. Hi I'm new to research, still doing my master. My research program supervisor has asked me to come up with a 4,000-word Systematic Literature Review. But he never gave me any guideline on how to start? I'm about to conduct a literature review examining "the effectiveness of traditional project management in managing IT healthcare". So as you can see the topic is interdisciplinary and I'm confused how to start. Are there any recommended guidebook for conducting systematic literature review?
  3. Hello, I am currently doing my master degree (Management Information Systems - MIS). Due to some circumstances, I was unable to pursue a thesis option, but I certainly want to apply for MIS PhD programs in 2019 (Mainly in Canada, and US). - Experience: 3 Years (Project Management) - GMAT: 360/ AW: 6.0 (low, and I won't use it for my application - also can't invest further in preparing/ attending tests etc. ) - Publications: 1 conference paper + presentation (Australia) - Age/gender: 29 - female However, in my master now, I have the opportunity to enrol in 3 courses that deals with: Research Methods, Survey Data Analysis, and and Reading Topic (a course where we select a topic of interest and produce Lit Review on it). Do research-related courses would be sufficient to satisfy PhD admission committee on my research skills & background? Or does a thesis publication sounds much more competitive?
  4. Hello, I am currently doing my master degree (Management Information Systems - MIS). Due to some circumstances, I was unable to pursue a thesis option, but I certainly want to apply for MIS PhD programs in 2019 (Mainly in Canada, and US) I have the opportunity to enrol in three courses in my final semester that deals with: Research Methods, Survey Data Analysis, and and Reading Topic (a course where we select a topic of interest and produce Lit Review on it). Do you think such courses would be sufficient to satisfy PhD admission committee on my research skills & background? Or does a thesis sounds much more competitive? - RE: GRE/GMAT: don't have any, and wouldn't want to invest further. Please share your thoughts, thank you!
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