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Graduate Forms & Information

Welcome Current Master's Students!

Theoretically all the paperwork for your degree is right here! You'll find both EH department-related information, as well as info from The Graduate School.  It won't make much sense without context, so we suggest you talk to the staff, talk to your cohort and read the Handbook first.

EH Forms & Information

 EH Graduate Handbook -- (effective August, 2016; any updated information or policies are published on this web site)

 Request for Supervisory Committee Form

 Prospectus Outline

 Prospectus Approval Form

 Project Guidelines, Supervisory Committee & Final Reading Approval Form

 Thesis Supervisory Committee & Final Reading Approval Form

 Independent Study Proposal Form

 EH Graduate Student Travel Application

 EH Summer Engagement Grant

 EH Intership Form

Graduate School Forms & Information

 Graduate Catalog

 Graduation Overview for Masters Candidates

 Application for Graduate Degree

 Graduate School Forms

 Graduate Language Verification

 Graduate Student Travel Assistance

 Subsidized Graduate Student Health Insurance

 Thesis Office, including Handbook

 Tuition Benefit Information

General Academic Information and Requirements

The supervisory committee should be appointed and finalized no later than the beginning of semester three of graduate work. The supervisory committee consists of three members. At least two of the three members must be members of the core humanities faculty.  While supervisory committees are formally approved by the Dean of the Graduate School, each student is responsible for the selection of the committee.

All students are required to complete a prospectus by the middle of semester three. The goal of the prospectus is to provide an clear overview of the final thesis/project.

The program requires a minimum of 33 semester hours, of which a minimum of 27 hours is represented by coursework and six hours of thesis credit. A maximum of six credit hours may be transferred from another institution. Neither coursework taken to reach proficiency in a language for the MA requirements, nor coursework related to Writing pedagogy may be counted toward final degree credit.


Last Updated: 10/4/17