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1.7 Registration

1.7.1 Registration/Enrollment Students register and enroll in classes via the student AccessPlus account. You should meet with your assigned Program Adviser or Major Professor in Week 6 or 7 of the semester to discuss course selection for the following semester. Registration begins in Week 9 (see your AccessPlus student account for your assigned start date … Continue reading 1.7 Registration

1.11 Graduate Faculty Members

Listed are members of the ISU Graduate College Graduate Faculty from the English Department. The English Department majors listed for each faculty member are the majors they can represent on POS committees. The major professor must be a member of the Graduate Faculty in the student’s declared major. If an associate member (*) of the … Continue reading 1.11 Graduate Faculty Members

5.1 Graduate Certificate in TESL/TEFL (Teaching English as a Second Language/Teaching English as a Foreign Language)

5.1.1 About the TESL/TEFL Graduate Certificate The English Department offers a Graduate Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language/Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TESL/TEFL). Students in this graduate certificate program must meet two prerequisite requirements and complete a minimum of 12 credit hours of graduate coursework: one foundation course (3 credits) and three … Continue reading 5.1 Graduate Certificate in TESL/TEFL (Teaching English as a Second Language/Teaching English as a Foreign Language)

4.3 PhD in Rhetoric and Professional Communication (RPC)

4.3.1 RPC Degree Requirements 4.3.2 RPC Curricular Policies and Guidelines 4.3.3 RPC Portfolio Assessment: Qualifying Examination 4.3.4 RPC Preliminary Examination 4.3.4a RPC Preliminary Comprehensive Written Examination 4.3.4b RPC Dissertation Proposal and Prospectus 4.3.4c RPC Preliminary Oral Specialized Examination 4.3.5 RPC Dissertation Guidelines 4.3.6 RPC Final Oral Defense of Dissertation (Final Oral Examination) 4.3.7 RPC Student … Continue reading 4.3 PhD in Rhetoric and Professional Communication (RPC)

4.2 PhD in Applied Linguistics and Technology (ALT)

4.2.1 ALT Degree Requirements 4.2.2 ALT Curricular Policies and Guidelines 4.2.3 ALT Portfolio Assessment: Qualifying Examination 4.2.4 ALT Prospectus 4.2.5 ALT Preliminary Examination 4.2.5a ALT Preliminary Written Examination 4.2.5b ALT Dissertation Proposal and Pilot Study 4.2.5c Taking the ALT Preliminary Written Examination 4.2.5d ALT Preliminary Oral Examination 4.2.6 ALT Dissertation Guidelines 4.2.7 ALT Final Oral … Continue reading 4.2 PhD in Applied Linguistics and Technology (ALT)

4.5 Preliminary Examination Requirements and ABD Status

4.5.1 Preliminary examination requirements The Graduate College requires a preliminary oral examination of doctoral degree students and most programs add a written portion to be completed before the preliminary oral examination. The exam rigorously tests a graduate student’s knowledge of major, minor, and supporting subject areas as well as the student’s ability to analyze, organize, … Continue reading 4.5 Preliminary Examination Requirements and ABD Status

4.4 The Program of Study Committee and the POSC Form (PhD)

PhD students establish their Program of Study Committee and submit the online Graduate College Program of Study and Committee (POSC) Form via their AccessPlus account along with the appropriate Degree Planning Sheet (DPS) and other required POS documentation by the announced deadline in the appropriate semester. The Graduate Program Staff Assistant will post the deadline on our Deadlines … Continue reading 4.4 The Program of Study Committee and the POSC Form (PhD)

4.1 About the Doctoral Programs

4.1 About the Doctoral programs The English Department offers two Doctor of Philosophy degrees: PhD in Applied Linguistics and Technology (ALT) PhD in Rhetoric and Professional Communication (RPC) Students must complete a minimum of at least 36 graduate credits at ISU, including all dissertation research Engl 699 (thesis) credits. Requests for transfer credit consideration must … Continue reading 4.1 About the Doctoral Programs