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English Department graduate program administrative forms.
The basic road map for guiding you (and your faculty adviser) through the department's graduate programs.
A guide to our graduate program deadlines, students' programmatic milestones, and your basic Graduate Adviser/Major Professor responsibilities.
Degree Planning Sheets for various graduate programs within the English Department.
All Graduate College forms, including: Recommendation for Committee Appointment, Request to Change Comittee Appointment, Program of Study, Modifications to the Program of Study, Application for Graduation, and Thesis/Dissertation Submission Request Form.
Co-majoring requires that all requirements in each of the two majors (including areas of specialization) be met (at least 15 credits of specialized courses in each of the two majors), not counting the thesis credits, and requires a minimum of 42 credit hours to complete this single M.A. degree.
Request form for English 590: Special Topics (Independent Study).
You must submit this completed form to the Graduate Secretary (hard copy or via email to email@example.com) before the Director of Graduate Education (DOGE) will sign your Graduate Student Approval Slip for Graduation.
The survey below is intended to assist the Department of English in evaluating its graduate programs by asking our graduating students to give us some feedback. This information is voluntary, but your responses will help us measure and improve our programs. If you are concerned about confidentiality of your responses, you may leave the survey in the Graduate Secretary's 206 Ross mailbox rather than returning it in person (227 Ross) or emailing your responses (firstname.lastname@example.org). We appreciate your cooperation and hope you’ll take the time to give us your comments.
A graduate minor in an M.A. program consists of 9 credits in Department of English courses, 6 of which must be at the 500-600 level. A graduate minor in the M.F.A. program consists of 12 credits in Creative Writing courses at the graduate level, 3 of which must be Engl 550. Students must also submit a creative writing sample and a statement of intent. A graduate minor in a Ph.D. program consists of 12 credits in Department of English courses, 9 of which must be at the 500-600 level.
Use this form to document meeting a language requirement if required for your Program of Study. Your academic record will reflect that a language requirement was met as part of your degree requirements. All students in degree programs with a language requirement must file this form.
A petition for the 12 credits of Environmental Courses Outside English required as part of the M.F.A. Program of Study. Applies only to M.F.A. students in Creative Writing and Environment. This petition should be submitted before you take any courses to meet the Environmental Courses requirement and no later than when you submit your Degree Planning Sheet in your second semester of study.
Applies only to doctoral students in Rhetoric and Professional Communication. This petition should be submitted to the Director of Graduate Education before you begin taking coursework in your concentration, but no later than the end of your fourth semester of coursework.
After you have discussed transfer credit issues with your program adviser/major professor, please bring this completed form and required attachments to the Graduate English Office, 227 Ross, for approval by the Transcript Evaluator.