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A PhD dissertation in Intercultural Studies provides the student the opportunity to research a problem that is interdisciplinary in nature and critical to missiology. This daunting task requires a proposal to guide the student through the process of formulating a problem statement, choosing a corresponding research method, interacting with precedent literature and writing a dissertation. To enable the student to design a proposal, attention will be given to each of the major components: (1) problem formulation, (2) review of the literature, (3) research methodologies, (4) presentation of findings, and (5) conclusions. Development of an investigative strategy for intercultural research will be emphasized.