- Field Requirements
- Advanced Standing
- The M.A. and Master's Thesis
- Language Requirements
- The Oral Examination and M.Phil.
- The Dissertation Process: prospectus, writing, application, defense, registration status, graduation
- Expectations: awareness of requirements, satisfactory progress, grades, leaves, time to degree
- Teaching as a Graduate Student
- Annual Student Evaluation and Progress Reports
- Registration Categories: RU, ER, M&F, leaves
- Financial Matters: fellowships, stipends, grants, taxation
- Facilities: labs, graduate lounge, study spaces, lockers, photocopies, telephones, etc.
- Student Resources: personal information, dossier service, forms, contacts, Listservs, webpages
We hope current students will find this handbook useful as a guide to our doctoral program and as a reference tool for navigating adminsitratve and bureaucratic procedures.
Prospective students are encouraged to consult the Admissions and FAQs pages for more information or to contact the Chair, the Director of Graduate Studies, or other appropriate faculty with questions about the doctoral program.