This is the final component of the Professional Practice I-III course series. The major emphasis of the course is promoting knowledge and skills necessary for effective scholarship and professional service. An important aspect of this involves critical analysis and advisement of students in their doctoral projects, both from classmates and faculty. Each student presents a summary of the foundational concepts, progress, and current status of their doctoral project. In addition, students discuss and practice skills in generic topics that are relevant to scholarship and professional service. These areas include professional writing, grantsmanship, preparation and execution of poster and oral presentations, program development, and ethics. Students are graded on their presentation and oral presentations, program development and ethics.