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4.7 Guidelines for the Dissertation (PhD)

4.7.1 General Dissertation Guidelines 4.7.2a ALT Dissertation Guidelines 4.7.2b RPC Dissertation GuidelinesThe PhD degree programs have a research element in addition to the required number of credit hours. These guidelines will help you complete your dissertation for your specific major. 4.7.1 General Dissertation Guidelines Detailed university requirements for the PhD dissertation appear in several online … Continue reading 4.7 Guidelines for the Dissertation (PhD)

5.2 Concurrent BA in Linguistics and MA in TESL/Applied Linguistics Degree Program Requirements

A concurrent B.A. in Linguistics and M.A. in TESL/Applied Linguistics offers well-qualified students the opportunity for accelerated study, achieving both degrees within a 5-year time frame. A student enrolled in this program pursues a graduate M.A. degree while simultaneously completing the requirements for the B.A. in Linguistics. Completing the concurrent degree program would enable students … Continue reading 5.2 Concurrent BA in Linguistics and MA in TESL/Applied Linguistics Degree Program Requirements

1.3 Program Advisers, Major Professors, & POS Committees

1.3.1 Assigned Program Advisers The name of your assigned program adviser is found on your student information page in AccessPlus. Contact the Graduate Program Administrative Assistant (englgrad@iastate.edu) if your adviser is not listed. All new graduate students should introduce themselves to their assigned program advisers by the end of the fourth week of classes in … Continue reading 1.3 Program Advisers, Major Professors, & POS Committees

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 Graduate … Continue reading 1.11 Graduate Faculty Members

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 Written Examination 4.3.4b RPC Dissertation Proposal and Prospectus 4.3.4c RPC Preliminary Oral Examination 4.3.5 RPC Dissertation Guidelines 4.3.6 RPC Final Oral Defense of the Dissertation (Final Oral Examination) 4.3.7 RPC Student Learning … Continue reading 4.3 PhD in Rhetoric and Professional Communication (RPC)