The MES Research Proposal The MES Research Proposal is part of your Plan of Study. It is developed with your Supervisor and then examined along with your Plan of Study at the MES II to III Exam. The actual research constitutes the MES III stage of your program. Students typically enrol in 12 to 24 credits for their research. The Major Paper/Project/Portfolio requires a Supervisor. A student’s Supervisor may or may not be the Advisor. After the MES II-III exam, the student’s Supervisor normally becomes his/her MES III Advisor. If the Advisor becomes the Supervisor, a second Faculty member will be present at the MES II-III Exam. If the Supervisor is not a FES faculty member, the MES I-II Advisor will continue in that role. There are four...The end:
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