GSM Seminars

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GSM Seminars

Operation of Seminars

The Seminars must help develop an inquiring mind in students and inform them that issues, research questions or hypotheses that they address need substantiation based on evidence and argument. They should train students about the method of collecting, synthesizing and drawing defensible conclusions based on data.

All students must register for Seminars in accordance to their length of study, semester of enrollment, supervisor, etc. as designated in the chart below. The Seminars are designed to assist students their individual research, leading to the production of the Master’s Thesis, Independent Final Report or Internship-based Case Study. Seminars’ subject titles are Management Seminar I, II and III and completion of all three seminar subjects is required for program completion.

Program Length 1st semester 2nd semester 3rd semester 4th semester
2-year Standard
Completion
--- Management Seminar I Management Seminar II Management Seminar III
1.5-Year Accelerated
Completion
Management Seminar I Management Seminar II Management Seminar III Program Completion

Students should choose a supervisor from within their Specialization and report selection of supervisors by the deadlines below as set for their completion program. Students enrolled in the Standard Completion Program should report selection of supervisors during the 1st semester of enrollment while students enrolled in the Accelerated Completion Program should choose their supervisors soon after the classes of the 1st semester begin. After the selection of a supervisor is approved, students must register for their chosen supervisor’s seminar subjects in the designated periods.

Note: Students planning to apply for accelerated program completion should consult the Academic Office regarding Management Seminar registration.

Management Seminar Application deadlines:
Spring Semester: the last working day on or before July 5
Fall Semester: the last working day on or before January 10
(2019SP: 16:30 Friday, 5 July 2019)

GSM Management Seminar Application Form

Carefully read the seminar registration flow for your completion program for details.

Registration Flow for 2-year Standard Completion Program (PDF)
Registration Flow for 1.5-year Accelerated Completion Program (PDF)


Work in Progress Seminars

Work in Progress Seminars will be held at least once during Quarter 1 of every semester. Students and faculty members are ecouraged to attend!
These seminars provide students with the opportunity to present their research proposal and the current progress of their Research Projects in front of their fellow students and faculty members other than their supervisors.

All students must present at these seminars when registered for Management Seminar II.

Details regarding the Work in Progress Seminars will be provided at the beginning of every semester on Campus Terminal.


Seminar Orientation Session and Seminar Syllabus

Seminar Orientation Session will be organized during Quarter 1 of each semester for new enrollees to receive information about possible supervisors and research topic. Details will be updated regularly.

2019 Fall Semester Seminar Orientation Session
Date: Wednesday, 27 November 2019
Time: 2nd Period (10:35 – 12:10)
Place: RCAPS Conference Room (B Bldg, 2F)

Details about the 2019FA seminar orientation schedule and each supervisor's seminar syllabus will be announced prior to the orientation session.
Students should report selection of supervisors by the deadline set in the above section.

2019SP Seminar Orientation Schedule and Seminar Syllabus (PDF)


Research Support

Please see the following page for information on research support and procedures for conducting field research, etc. Research Support


Graduate Research in Progress Seminars

The Graduate Research in Progress Seminars is a place where PhD students present their research and receive feedback from their peers and other professors.
All graduate students are encouraged to attend these seminars and experience APU's research environment.
Graduate Research in Progress Seminars


Last Update: October 2019


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