International Journal of Doctoral Studies

Articles from Vol. 4, Annual

The Business Professional Doctorate as an Informing Channel: A Survey and Analysis
Introduction A professional or practitioner doctorate can be described as a terminal degree that is either intended to qualify an individual for a particular profession or to enhance the skills of an individual. While common in some fields (e.g.,...
The Need for Teaching Doctoral Students How to Teach
Introduction "It has been said that college teaching is the only profession for which there is no professional training, and it is commonly argued that this is because our graduate schools train scholars and scientists rather than teachers. We are...
Volunteer Support of English as an Additional Language (EAL) for Doctoral Students
Introduction English-as-an-additional-language (EAL) research students are a prized resource for universities desirous of doctoral output. Universities wanting more annual doctoral completions (see confirmation of these phenomena in Carter, 2006;...
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