CES 935 is an independent application of research, design, and methodology that leads to the completion of an original research study under the guidance of the student's advisors. In collaboration with the student's Case Study Director (CSD) and at least two other graduate faculty members appointed by the CSD, the student completes a written research project and provides an oral defense of the methodologies, conclusions, and implications of the report. In addition, while enrolled in the first session of the ELRE/ELROL 930, students must pass the program's Comprehensive Examination. Credit, 3 hours. Students must earn a minimum of six hours in ELRE/ELROL 930.