Office of the Registrar
School of Graduate Studies (2010/2011)
27.3 Program of Study
  1. Upon admission, each graduate student in the thesis program will be assigned an academic advisor for one year. The supervisory committee, formed prior to the development of the thesis project proposal, will include two supervisors, normally from different disciplinary units. For students selecting the non-thesis option, one Supervisor will be selected.

  2. All candidates are required to complete Women's Studies 6000, 6100, 6200 and 6300.

  3. Three to 9 additional elective credit hours approved by the Graduate Studies Advisory Committee and the student's Supervisor(s) will be required. These elective credit hours will comprise courses selected from graduate courses in cognate academic units, and/or Women's Studies 6380, 6500 and/or from the block of special topics courses in Women's Studies 6400-6420.

  4. Each student will be required to give a public seminar on her/his thesis research, project or internship after the thesis proposal has been approved and before submission of her/his final thesis/project/internship report.