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Unformatted text preview: ADD / Override Approval Form Records and Registration 5057 Woodward, 5th Floor Detroit, Michigan 48202 (313) 577-3541 Fax: (313) 577-8192 registration@wayne.edu *READ AND FOLLOW THESE IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS* The “Prior Approval Required” chart below describes the permissions necessary when registering for certain classes. If you receive an error when trying to register for a class, you may need prior approval. 1. Complete the ADD table with the course information 2. Obtain the class instructor’s signature 3. Contact the academic department offering the course (i.e., Psychology, etc.) for the appropriate override 4. Students MUST register themselves within the first 2 weeks of classes, BEFORE the last day to ADD via pipeline. 5. After the first 2 weeks of classes, students MUST submit the original form to the Records and Registration Resource Center for manual processing AFTER the appropriate deadline to ADD. 6. AUDIT, LATE, and PASS/NO PASS adds MUST be manually registered by the Records and Registration Resource Center located at 5057 Woodward Ave., 5th Floor. Last Name: Print First Name Print Student ID#: Signature: Sign Term/Year: Today’s Date: Academic Dept. Use: Enter appropriate permission code on SFASRPO Situation Permission Code Class (Rank) Restriction CLASS Closed or full class CLOSE Co-requisite requirement met CO REQ College Restriction COLL Degree Program Override DEGREE Written consent needed DEPT Duplicate Courses Allowed DUPL Undergraduate in Graduate class LEVEL Major Restriction MAJOR Pre-requisite Met PRE REQ Program Restriction PROGRAM Time Conflict TIME Academic Dept. Use: These Override Codes indicate the student MUST be manually registered by the Records and Registration Resource Center Auditing class AUDIT Register/Add after 2nd week of classes LATE Passed/Not Passed grading PASS ADD CRN # 54610 Class ID (Prefix and Number) PSY 3350 Section # 001 # Credit Hours 03 Instructor’s Signature (Required to Add after Deadline) (EXAMPLE) Please check the Schedule of Classes website, http://sdcl.wayne.edu/RegistrarWeb/Calendars/registration, for term calendar information regarding drop and add deadlines and tuition cancellation dates. Records and Registration staff ONLY: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ (Records and Registration Staff Initials only) (Access ID) (Date) Records and Registration, February 2008 RECOMMENDATION FOR CANDIDACY STATUS Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D. Office, 4012 F/AB, 656 W. Kirby, Detroit, MI 48202 Phone: 313.577.2171 | lperez@wayne.edu Name PID Address E‐mail Date Telephone REQUIREMENTS FOR CANDIDACY STATUS CHECK‐LIST 1. Approved Plan of Work on file with the Graduate School 2. Completion of approximately 50 hours of coursework (attach current transcript) 3. Successful completion of Qualifying Examinations A. Date Written Qualifying Exam was passed: No B. Is the Oral Exam part of the Qualifying Exam? Yes 4. Naming of the Dissertation Advisory Committee Dissertation Committee Members: (Please type or print) Outside member is from: (All signatures required) Dissertation Advisor Outside Member Departmental Graduate Officer Dean, The Graduate School Date Date INSTRUCTIONS This form is to be used by departments to request the Graduate School to advance Ph.D. Applicants to degree Candidate Status. Please supply the data to indicate that all four requirements for Candidacy have been successfully completed. 1. Plan of Work The final Plan of Work should have been submitted to the Graduate School for approval before the student accrued 40 credits. The Graduate School will verify the approval of the Plan of Work. 2. Completion of Coursework Attach current transcript for verification that at approximately 50 credits of coursework appearing on the Plan of Work has been completed. 3. Oral Examination Policy An Oral Exam is a requirement for the Ph.D. degree, though it is not required to be part of the Qualifying Examination. If the Oral Exam is part of the Qualifying Exam, it must be completed within 60 days of the Written Qualifying Exam and results turned in with the Candidacy form (i.e. in the form of a Report on Oral Examination or Prospectus). The Oral Exam requirement may also be fulfilled as a lecture or a seminar; as part of the Prospectus meeting; or in some other context by which the student presents information orally and answers questions posed by the student’s committee. The Oral Exam may occur after the student has achieved degree Candidacy, only if it is not part of the Qualifying exam. 4. Dissertation Advisory Committee Members The names of the Dissertation Advisory Committee should be entered and the member who is external to the department identified. The Departmental Graduate Officer should verify that the Advisor and at least one other committee member hold Regular Graduate Faculty appointments. The graduate Faculty Appointment form and procedures are available from the Graduate School website: www.gradschool.wayne.edu. NOTE: Doctoral Dissertation Research blocks 9991 through 9994 MUST BE TAKEN CONSECUTIVELY. If a semester (not including Spring/Summer) is skipped, the student will be considered inactive and will have to be reinstated by his/her Advisor. CHANGE IN PLAN OF WORK Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D. Office | 4012 F/AB, 656 W. Kirby, Detroit, MI 48202 | Phone: 313.577.2171 | lperez@wayne.edu Name PID Address E‐mail Date Telephone NOTE: If there are major changes involved, please submit a Revised Plan of Work COURSES TO BE DELETED: Course Number Course Title Credits Semester COURSES TO BE ADDED: Course Number Course Title Credits Semester THIS WILL CHANGE THE TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDIT HOURS FROM Advisor Date Graduate School Approval Date TO Change of Advisor Department of Computer Science I seek approval for a change of graduate advisor. Student’s Name:_________________________________ PID:_____________________ Student’s E-mail: _________________________________________________________ Current Advisor:__________________________________________________________ Proposed Advisor:_________________________________________________________ Thesis or Dissertation Topic: _______________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ Reason for Requesting Change: _____________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ Status of Degree (credit hours taken, research completed, etc.) ____________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ Student’s Signature: _______________________________________________________ Approvals: _____________________________________________________ Current Advisor _____________________________________________________ Proposed Advisor _____________________________________________________ Chairman, Graduate Committee _____________________________________________________ Chairman, Dept. of Computer Science ________________ Date ________________ Date ________________ Date ________________ Date CHANGE OF GRADUATE STATUS REQUEST School/College of New Program Effective for Term and Year To the Student: Use this form to request: 1. To change from your current or last WSU graduate program to a new graduate program; or 2. To add a second graduate program to your current program. Indicate clearly whether you wish to change or add programs. Compete the top portion of the form and submit it to the School/College Graduate Office of the new program. Please see the Instructions. Student Name ___________________________________________________________________ I.D. ____________________________________ Last First Maiden/Middle Address _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Street City State Zip Code Phone (daytime) _______________________________________________ E-mail ____________________________________________________ Current graduate program or WSU graduate program last attended: ________________________________________________________________ WSU Program Name & Degree Level (PhD, Master’s, Graduate Certificate, Non Degree) I wish to leave the above program and CHANGE TO the program below: OR I wish to ADD a second program to the above program: New or second program: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Program Name Degree Level (PhD, Master’s, Graduate Certificate, Non Degree) Student’s signature and date: To the School/College Graduate Office: Use this form to obtain a record of the program’s admission decision for this student. See instructions. This form prepared by _________________________ E-Mail ________________________________ Phone ________________ Date __________ CHANGE to New Program ADD New Program CURRENT or LAST Program Program Code Major and Code Degree Level Departmental Action: □ ADMIT REGULAR □ ADMIT QUALIFIED □ ADMIT NON-DEGREE □ DO NOT ADMIT Program Graduate Director’s Signature and Date: Prerequisites, Conditions, Comments ____________________________________________________________________________________ □ APPROVED by School/College of NEW Program Graduate Officer’s Signature ______________________________________________________________ Date ____________________________ Copies to: □ Student □ School/College Graduate Office □ Current Program □ New Program □ PhD Office (if PhD student) Instructions for Completing a Change of Graduate Status Form This form is to be used only by graduate students who have been previously admitted and enrolled as regular graduate students at WSU. This form should not be used for students who were admitted but did not register as graduate students and those who were admitted on a Permit to Register or as Guest students. To the Student If you want to leave the program you are currently in (or one that you graduated or dropped out from), indicate you are requesting to change from that program to a new one. If you want to add a second program to your current program, indicate you are requesting to add a second program. Indicate the desired term/year. Submit the form to the School/College Graduate Office of your new program. You may need to provide transcripts from other institutions to accompany this form if you have not been enrolled for more than two years. Many programs require recommendation letters and additional materials as part of their admission process; please submit such materials directly to the new program. To the School/College Graduate Office • Verify that the student was previously enrolled as a regular graduate student. • If the student is changing programs, request the student’s file from the student’s current School/College Graduate Office. If the student is adding a program, request a copy of the file. If the file is no longer available, request external transcripts from the student. WSU transcripts are available online through the Banner student information system or STARS. Provide the Banner Program Code, Major Name and Code, and Degree Level for both the current and the new programs and indicate whether the student is requesting to change or to add a program. Send the Change of Graduate Status form and transcripts to the new program for an admission decision. The program should indicate its decision on the Change of Status form and return the documents to the Graduate Office for final approval. Notify the Records Office via email of the addition to or change in the student’s status; include the ID number, the Program and Major Codes for the old and new programs and the effective date of the change. Disperse copies of the approved Change of Graduate Status form to: the new program the current or previous program the student the student’s file in the School/College Graduate Office for international students, the Office for International Students and Scholars • • • • Revised: 7/07 Wayne State University STUDENT RECORDS PETITION FOR CREDIT BY EXAMINATION (Please read instructions) INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENT * A. After discussion of your plan with your Advisor, secure the approval of (1) your Program Advisor; (2) the department or Division Chairman; and (3) the appropriate Dean(s). Student Name (Last First) I.D. Number Date HAS PERMISSION TO TAKE SPECIAL EXAMINATIONS COVERING: Course(s) and Number(s) Credit Hours CREDIT Undergraduate Graduate B. Pay the fee at the Cashier’s Office, Suite 1100, Academic Administrative Bldg. This fee is subject to change at any time by action of the Board of Governors. (1) Advisor's Approval (2) Department Chairperson's Approval C. Present the receipted form to the Examiner and take the examination. (3) Dean or Representative's Approval for College in which course is taught College in which student is registered INSTRUCTIONS TO EXAMINER * THE EXAMINER RETAINS THE THIRD COPY A. After the examination results have been determined, indicate the student’s grade. TO THE EXAMINER: Do not administer the examination(s) unless stamp appears in box at right. CASHIER'S STAMP B. Retain a copy for your records. FEES ASSESED _______ Hrs. @ $10.00 Per Credit Hr. = $__________________ C. Mail a copy to Student Records, 5057 Woodward, 5th Floor. DO NOT TRANSMIT VIA STUDENT. CERTIFICATION OF RESULTS OF EXAMINATION Course(s) andNumber(s) Credit hours Grade *NOTE: To receive credit by examination, a student must have enrolled for one semester and completed at least one course. 854 (1/02) Signature of Examiner Date ***FINAL REPORT*** DISSERTATION PUBLIC LECTURE PRESENTATION ‐ DEFENSE Ph.D. Office, 4012 F/AB, 656 W. Kirby, Detroit, MI 48202 | Phone: 313.577.2171 Name PID Major E‐mail Date Telephone Advisor(s) Title of Dissertation PART 1: CERTIFICATION: DISSERTATION IS READY FOR PRESENTATION – DEFENSE This portion is to be completed and turned in to the Graduate School two weeks prior to the Final Defense. Note: the student has the option of requesting an external Graduate Examiner from the Graduate School to preside at the Defense. My signature below indicates I have read the dissertation, approve its content and certify that it is ready for the Public Lecture Presentation – Defense. Dissertation Committee Names and E‐mail Addresses Outside Member Dissertation Committee Signatures Date Arrangements for the Public Lecture Presentation – Defense Date Time Place Date Department Graduate Director’s Signature Dissertation format received by the Graduate School Date PART 2: COMMITTEE REPORT ON DISSERTATION PUBLIC LECTURE PRESENTATION ‐ DEFENSE This portion is to be completed following the defense, signed by all and returned IMMEDIATELY to the Graduate School. NOTE: If the candidate will need to make extensive corrections to manuscript (requiring more than 10 days) he/she should not be passed. After review of the dissertation, and on the basis of the lecture presentation – defense, the Examining Committee certifies Satisfactorily passed the Ph.D. Public Lecture Presentation – Defense that the Candidate: Did not satisfactorily pass the Ph.D. Public Lecture Presentation – Defense RECOMMENDATIONS: All Dissertation Committee Signatures GRADUATE EXAMINER: RETURN IMMEDIATELY TO THE GRADUATE SCHOOL INSTRUCTIONS The Dissertation Public Lecture Presentation ‐ Defense is required of all doctoral candidates and centers upon the candidate's research and dissertation. 1. The candidate and the department prepare Part I of the Final Report form. It must be signed by all committee members, indicating approval of the content of the dissertation for a Public Lecture Presentation‐ Defense. 2. The candidate submits the form, together with a draft of the dissertation (unless already submitted or uploaded to the UMI website) and a copy of the Public Announcement of the defense, to the Graduate School. 3. Everything must be submitted at least two weeks in advance of the Public Lecture Presentation ‐ Defense. 4. The Graduate School reviews the dissertation draft for format approval; verifies the appropriateness of the Committee; prepares and attaches a Graduate Examiner’s Report Form; and returns both forms to the candidate’s department. 5. If plans for the Public Lecture Presentation ‐ Defense must be changed, the program’s Graduate Director shall notify the Graduate School, the candidate, and the members of the dissertation committee. 6. The Final Report form and the Graduate Examiner’s Report form, with all signatures and marks, are returned to the Graduate School IMMEDIATELY following the defense. CONDUCT OF THE DOCTORAL DISSERTATION PUBLIC LECTURE PRESENTATION ‐ DEFENSE The Doctoral Dissertation Public Lecture Presentation ‐ Defense has three phases: the public lecture presentation ‐ defense; a private meeting of the dissertation committee with the candidate; and the evaluation of the candidate's performance by the dissertation committee, in the absence of the audience and the candidate. The Public Lecture Presentation ‐ Defense In the public presentation and defense, the candidate is expected to share the results of his/her dissertation research with the audience and the dissertation committee. This lecture or presentation may vary in length depending on the circumstances or discipline. Its conduct shall be under the jurisdiction of the candidate’s dissertation advisor, serving as the Graduate Examiner. At the end of this public lecture or presentation, the dissertation committee members, as well as members of the audience, are encouraged to direct to the candidate questions pertaining to the presentation or research. The Dissertation Committee's Meeting with the Candidate At the conclusion of the public presentation and defense, the dissertation committee members meet privately with the candidate to pose further questions about the candidate's research or to address issues related to the dissertation manuscript. The Graduate Examiner presides at this meeting. The Evaluation of the Candidate's Performance Following completion of the public presentation and defense and the private meeting of the candidate with the committee, the dissertation committee members, in the absence of the candidate and audience, discuss the candidate's performance and decide whether or not he/she has passed the defense. If the candidate will need to make extensive corrections to the manuscript (ones requiring more than ten days), he/she should not be passed. The Graduate Examiner chairs the discussion and communicates the result to the candidate. Return the forms to 4012 Faculty/Administration Building IMMEDIATELY following the defense. GS 1/2008 Graduate Deadlines and Requirements Academic Year 2009-2010 August 25th Graduate Student Orientation 26th – 28th GTA Orientation 28th First Day to Register for the Ph.D. Proficiency Exam September 18th Last Day to Register for the Ph.D. Proficiency Exam 28th Ph.D. Proficiency Exam – Discrete Math and Data Structures 30th Ph.D. Proficiency Exam – Object-Oriented Programming Skills October 14th Expected Announcement of Ph.D. Proficiency Exam Results 16th First Day to Register for the Ph.D. Qualifying Exam November 5th Last Day to Register for the Ph.D. Qualifying Exam 5th Last Day to Submit Written Survey for the Ph.D. Qualifying Exam 17th Ph.D. Qualifying Exam – Theory Component 19th Ph.D. Qualifying Exam – Oral Presentations December 9th Request for Nominations for the Michael Conrad Award January 8th First Day to Register for the Ph.D. Proficiency Exam 15th Reminder for Nominations for the Michael Conrad Award 19th Last Day to Register for the Ph.D. Proficiency Exam 20th Distribution of GTA Renewal Forms 25th Ph.D. Proficiency Exam – Discrete Math and Data Structures 27th Ph.D. Proficiency Exam – Object-Oriented Programming Skills February 5th Deadline for Submission of GTA Renewal Forms 5th Deadline for Nominations for the Michael Conrad Award 10th GTA Renewal Meeting 10th Expected Announcement of Ph.D. Proficiency Exam Results 12th Request GTA and Rumble Fellowship Nominations 19th First Day to Register for the Ph.D. Qualifying Exam 20th Request Nominations for Outstanding GTA and GRA Awards March 6th Deadline for GTA Nominations 6th Deadline for Recruiting Rumble Nominations 12th Deadline for Outstanding GTA and GRA Nominations 11th Last Day to Register for the Ph.D. Qualifying Exam 11th Last Day to Submit Written Survey for the Ph.D. Qualifying Exam 23rd Ph.D. Qualifying Exam – Theory Component 24th Distribution of Ph.D. Annual Review Forms 25th Ph.D. Qualifying Exam – Oral Presentations 31st Request Nominations for Housing Allowance April 9th First Day to Register for the Ph.D. Proficiency Exam 14th Deadline for Housing Allowance Nominations 23rd Last Day to Register for the Ph.D. Proficiency Exam May 10th Ph.D. Proficiency Exam – Discrete Math and Data Structures 12th Ph.D. Proficiency Exam – Object-Oriented Programming Skills 14th Deadline for Submission of Ph.D. Annual Review Forms 26th Expected Announcement of Ph.D. Proficiency Exam Results Request for Graduate Student Extension of WSU Libraries Borrowing Privileges For enrolled students not registered for the current term Date: _______________ Name ___________________________________________ Stud. ID/Soc. Sec. No._______________________________ Address _________________________________________ City _________________ State ________ Zip ___________ Telephone _______________________________________ Please allow the above student to have full student borrowing privileges for the semester indicated below. The student is not currently registered for classes with Wayne State University, but I attest to the student’s need to utilize the libraries for the current semester. I further attest that the student was enrolled in the previous semester.* Spring/Summer Fall Winter Year: ___________ _____________________________________ Faculty/advisor signature ____________________________________ Faculty/advisor name (print) _________________ ___________ Department Phone ____________________________ E-mail address *Please note: an extension in borrowing privileges will only be granted if the student has been enrolled in the previous semester, and is expected to be enrolled in the next semester. Library use only Student Library Card Number: 29343____________________________________ New Expiration Date: ________________________ Staff member initials: _________ DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY PETITION AND AUTHORIZATION FOR DIRECTED STUDY This form must be approved by the student’s instructor and the departmental officer. Registration in directed study will be authorized when all steps are completed. For information and further instructions, Click Here Student’s Name _______________________________________________ PID# ___________________________ Requests permission to register in __________________ for _____________ hours of credit to be earned through Directed study for the term ending ____________ study is to be completed by ______________________________ Credit hours earned in this course ______ Maximum credits allowed in this (see Graduate Bulletin) _____________ DESCRIPTION OF THIS STUDY. Discuss with advisor before preparing the petition. 1. Course outline. (Include key reading assignment if applicable. Attach additional page if necessary). 2. Significance of the course to the student’s doctoral program. 3. Manner in which the course will be evaluated (e.g. oral or written reports. Midterm examination, essays, etc.) APPROVALS Instructor _____________________________________________________ Date _____________________ Departmental Graduate Officer _______________________________________________ Date _____________________ INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENT AND ADVISOR This report serves two purposes. First, it serves in lieu of a departmental course and is required under the principle that the University must keep a record of the work of each student in each course in graduate programs. Second, it affords a means whereby each student will receive appropriate permission for and assistance in planning a directed study. Directed study is generally authorized only for the advanced student who has an important area of knowledge and/or work that should be included in a graduate program, but cannot be provided through available courses. The advisor should authorize a directed study only if the individual time and assistance necessary to carry it to completion can be given to the student. POLICIES AND CRITERA IN DIRECTED STUDY Directed study is an excellent procedure in graduate work provided it fulfills the following criteria: 1. The study must be related to student’s major field, and be a significant body of knowledge and/or work relevant to the student’s degree program, purpose, and objectives. The study must be at an advanced academic or professional level. It cannot duplicate work in any course previously taken or to be available while the student is earning a degree. 2. PROCEDURE 1. Registration in directed study must have advance approval of the student’s advisor and the Graduate Officer in the department. The directed study must be under the advisor’s supervision unless arrangements are made in advance that some other graduate faculty member will direct the study. The student must confer with his or her advisor before registration. The proposed directed study must be carefully planned, the availability of necessary materials should be verified, and the procedure for certifying credits (i.e., special examination report) should be agreed upon. Directed study petitions that do not provide detailed course descriptions should not be approved. 2. 3. Hours of credit should be estimated conservatively before the student registers. The appropriate amount of credit cannot always be determined in advance, but in no case should an hour of credit be certified for less than an anticipated 30 to 40 clock hours of effective and intensive work. If the student registered for either fewer or more hours of credit than are warranted, after the study is completed, a Change of Elections should be submitted to either add or drop the appropriate number of hours. If the student has registered for more hours than the completed study warrants, no refund will be allowed for the excess hours. PLAN OF WORK | Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D. Office, 4012 F/AB, 656 W. Kirby, Detroit, MI 48202 Phone: 313.577.2171 | lperez@wayne.edu Name PID Address Major Minor (MUST declare minor) E‐mail Date Telephone Advisor INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Submit prior to 40 credits of coursework being completed 2. List all WSU credits earned or to be earned that you would like to apply toward fulfillment of Ph.D. requirements 3. Attach an approved Transfer of Credit form for all applicable courses not elected at WSU. Do not list these courses individually on the Plan of Work; only put the number of credits transferred in the appropriate column of the Transfer of Credit row at the end of the following table. 4. Complete the section on full‐time residence (see policy statement, University Bulletin) 5. Obtain all signatures/dates 6. Forward to the Graduate School Course Title (EXAMPLE) Major 4 Minor Other Dept. & No. PSY 3350 Semester W08 Dept. & No. Semester Major (Show hours only; attach Transfer of Credit form) Transfer of Credit TOTALS Course Title Minor Other (Overall program must total at least 90 credits; 100 credits for Education) PROGRAM TOTAL FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Student Advisor Date Date Date Graduate School Approval Date MINOR 7000 AND ABOVE RESIDENCE TOTAL HOURS DISSERTATION HOURS WSU COURSE WORK MAJOR Departmental Graduate Officer DOCTORAL DISSERTATION: PROSPECTUS AND RECORD OF APPROVAL Ph.D. Office, 4012 F/AB, 656 W. Kirby, Detroit, MI 48202 | Phone: 313.577.2171 | lperez@wayne.edu INSTRUCTIONS 1. Attach a copy of your prospectus (i.e. dissertation proposal). 2. Obtain the signatures of the Dissertation Advisor, all Dissertation Committee Members, and the Departmental Graduate Officer. 3. File the original with the Graduate School. After final approval by the Dean, the original will be retained by the Graduate School, and copies will be sent to the student, to the student’s Dissertation Advisor, and to the Departmental Graduate Officer. 4. If the prospectus meeting fulfills the Oral Examination requirement the names of the dissertation committee members must be completed and submitted to the Departmental Graduate Officer one week before the meeting in order to verify the Graduate Faculty appointment of the committee members. During the meeting the outside member of the committee should preside as the moderator of the oral examination. See the Oral Examination form for additional information pertaining to the conduct of the examination. PLEASE NOTE: It is important to remember when selecting a research subject that dissertations are public documents, and publication and distribution of them will not be suppressed by WSU. Student's name: Telephone: City: Major: Date: State: Zip Code: PID: Address: Email Address: Dissertation Advisor: Estimated date of completion: Tentative Title of Dissertation: If the Prospectus is used to fulfill the Oral Exam Requirement, check here: (Note to student: Indicate time and place of examination. Provide names of committee members and submit form to your departmental Graduate Officer one week before the exam. See additional instructions on the Oral Examination form) PLACE: EXAM TIME: (Note to Committee members: Your signatures on the back of this form indicate that the student has passed the exam) Write a brief statement for each of the following four sections and then check ‘yes’ or ‘no’ for question 5: 1. Statement of the problem, its scope, and rationale. 2. Source of the materials, subjects, etc. 3. Method and design (statistical analysis where applicable). 4. Hypothesized results (where applicable). 5. *** IF YOU CHECKED ‘YES,’ then include a copy of the HIC approval form or the AIC approval form with this outline*** Please contact Joanna Risk, Human Investigation Committee at jrisk@wayne.edu, or Carolyn Berger, Animal Investigation Committee at (313) 577‐1629 for appropriate forms. Proposals involving human and animal investigation approval will not be approved by The Graduate School if they are not first approved by the Human and Animal Investigation Committees. STUDENT SIGNATURE: DISSERTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE (Please Type Names) Are human subjects or animals involved in your dissertation research? Yes No (Check one) DATE: Dissertation Advisor RECORD OF APPROVALS (Signatures Required) Outside Member Outside member is from: DEPARTMENTAL GRADUATE OFFICER: _____________________________________________ DATE: ______________ DEAN, GRADUATE SCHOOL: _____________________________________________________ DATE: ______________ GS 1/2008 Request to Repeat a Graduate Course A graduate department may allow a student to petition to repeat a graduate course in which the student received a grade of B- or lower. No more than two courses may be repeated during the student’s study at Wayne State University, and this number may be further limited by individual departments. The appropriate approvals must be obtained before registration for the course to be repeated takes place. The original grade for the course will remain on the student’s transcript, but only the grade received in repetition of the course will be used in computation of the student’s honor point average. Students will not receive University financial aid for repetition of courses. Instructions to Student Complete the top section of the form, obtain the signature of your department’s Graduate Director and submit the form to the Graduate School, 4012 Faculty/Administration Building. After approval by the Graduate School, copies of the form will be returned to your Graduate Director and, for Master’s students, your School/College Graduate Officer. Your grade report at the end of the current term will reflect the effect of the repeat upon your hours and honor point average. Date ____________________________________ Student’s Name __________________________________________________ PID ________________ Last First Middle Department __________________________________________________________________________ Student’s Level PhD _____ Master’s _______ Other (Identify) ________________________________ Original Course Number and Name __________ ___________________________________________ Term taken _________________________ Credits __________ Grade Received ______________ New Course Number and Name ___________ _____________________________________________ Term Repeated ___________ Credits __________ Student’s Signature ____________________________________________________________________ Approvals Required 1. Departmental Graduate Director _______________________________________________________________________________ Name Signature 2. Dean of the Graduate School _______________________________________________________________________________ Signature Date Copies to: ___ Records Office ____ Department ____ College Graduate Office (Master’s Students) REPORT ON ORAL EXAMINATION Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D. Office, 4012 F/AB, 656 W. Kirby, Detroit, MI 48202 Phone: 313.577.2171 | lperez@wayne.edu ***NOTE: This form is not to be completed if the Oral Exam Requirement is fulfilled by the Prospectus Meeting*** Name PID Address E‐mail Date Telephone EXAMINING COMMITTEE MEMBERS: (Please type) Advisor Outside Member (optional) Departmental Graduate Officer The Oral Exam is: (check one) Part of the Qualifying Exam A Lecture/Seminar Other: Date COMMITTEE REPORT ON DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY ORAL EXAMINATION PASS FAIL EXAMINING COMMITTEE MEMBER SIGNATURES: Advisor Outside Member (optional) Graduate School Approval RECOMMENDATIONS: Date INSTRUCTIONS The Oral Examination is required of all Ph.D. students. The committee for the Oral Examination must be composed of at least three departmental members. A fourth member outside the department is optional. Often, members of the Oral Examination committee will serve as the members of the student’s dissertation committee; however, this overlap in membership is not required. All Oral Examination Committee members must hold a Graduate Faculty appointment. The Oral Examination requirement may be fulfilled as part of the final Qualifying Examination, as a lecture or a seminar, as part of the Prospectus meeting, or in some other context in which the student presents information orally and answers questions posed by the student’s committee. If the Oral Examination is part of the final Qualifying Examination it must be completed within 60 days of the written exam. If the Oral Examination is part of the Prospectus meeting, the Oral Examination form should not be submitted. The Prospectus form should be completed instead. If the Oral Examination does not occur as part of the final Qualifying Examination, a lecture or a seminar, or as part of the Prospectus meeting, please describe the format of the examination in the space provided. The student should complete the top portion of the form and submit it to the Departmental Graduate Officer at least one week before the examination. The Graduate Officer is responsible for verifying the Graduate Faculty appointment of the Committee members before the meeting. An examination may be invalid if members of the Oral Examination Committee do not hold a Graduate Faculty appointment. PROCEDURES AT THE ORAL EXAMINATION Before the examination begins, the Committee must select a moderator for the proceedings. If the student’s committee includes an outside member, he/she is the appropriate person to serve as the moderator. The Oral Examination Committee is responsible for examining and certifying that the student has an adequate command of the knowledge in the field of study and can organize, apply and convey that knowledge. A student may be passed in the examination if there is not more than one negative vote. Abstentions shall be considered negative votes. The Examination Committee Moderator has three options at the conclusion of the examination: a. To certify that the student passed the examination b. To certify that the student failed the examination c. To defer a decision for a period not to exceed thirty days The moderator of the Examination Committee may defer a decision when the conduct of the examination is questionable or when he/she disagrees with the decision of the Committee. After deferring a decision, the moderator may meet with the Graduate School Dean for resolution of the problem. If the decision concerning the examination is to be deferred, the student must be so informed and assured that a resolution of the problem shall be conveyed within thirty days. If the student has failed, the moderator shall convey to the student the Committee’s specific recommendations concerning a second examination. A second examination may not be held until at least one semester has elapsed, but must be held within one calendar year following the first examination. The second examination shall be considered final. If, during the examination, any inappropriate incident occurs or any serious controversy among members of the Examination Committee develops, the moderator shall intervene, excuse the student, resolve the issue, and secure assent as to procedure before recalling the student and resuming the examination. If the issue cannot be resolved satisfactorily, the examination shall be recessed or postponed, and the problem referred to the Graduate School. This form must be submitted to the Graduate School, Ph.D. Office (4012 F/AB), along with the Recommendation for Candidacy Status form. Survey of Earned Doctorates July1, 2007 to June 30, 2008 Conducted by for NSF SED Last Name Please complete: First Name Middle Name Suffix (e.g., Jr.) Cross Reference: Birth name or former name legally changed Name of Doctoral Institution Type of Research Doctoral Degree (e.g., Ph.D, Ed.D, etc.) City or Branch Date Degree Granted (mm/yyyy) This information is solicited under the authority of the National Science Foundation Act of 1950, as amended. ALL INFORMATION YOU PROVIDE WILL BE TREATED AS CONFIDENTIAL and used only for research or statistical purposes by your doctoral institution, the survey sponsors, their contractors, and collaborating researchers for the purpose of analyzing data, preparing scientific reports and articles, and selecting samples for a limited number of carefully defined follow-up studies. The last four digits of your Social Security Number are also solicited under the NSF Act of 1950, as amended; provision of it is voluntary. It will be kept confidential. It is used for quality control, to assure that we identify the correct persons, especially when data are used for statistical purposes in Federal program evaluation. Any information publicly released (such as statistical summaries) will be in a form that does not personally identify you. Your response is voluntary and failure to provide some or all of the requested information will not in any way adversely affect you. The time needed to complete this form varies according to individual circumstances, but the average time is estimated to be 19 minutes. If you have comments regarding this time estimate, you may write to the National Science Foundation, 4201 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22230, Attention: NSF Reports Clearance Officer. A Federal agency may not conduct or sponsor a collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number. OMB No.: 3145-0019 Approval Expires 05/31/2009 INSTRUCTIONS Thank you for taking the time to complete this questionnaire. Directions are provided for each question. • If you have not already done so, please PRINT your name on the front cover. • Please print all responses; you may use either a pen or a pencil. Part A - EDUCATION A1. What is the title of your dissertation? a s Please mark (X) this box if the title below refers tocomposition performance, project report, or musical or literary required instead of a dissertation. a Fellowship, scholarship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Title _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ A5. Which of the following were sources of financial support during graduate school? Mark (X) Yes or No for each A2. Please write the name of the primary field of your dissertation research. __________________________________________________________________________ Name of Field Using the list on pages 8 & 9, choose the code that best describes the primary field of your dissertation research. Number of Field If your dissertation research was interdisciplinary, list the name and number of your secondary field. __________________________________________________________________________ s. . . s b Grant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s c Teaching assistantship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s d Research assistantship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s e Other assistantship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s f Traineeship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s g Internship, clinical residency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s h Loans (from any source) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s i Personal savings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s j Personal earnings during graduate school . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s (other than sources listed above) k Spouse’s, partner’s, or family’s earnings or savings . . . . s . . . s l Employer reimbursement/assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s m Foreign (non-U.S.) support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s n Other - Specify . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s . . . s A6. Which TWO sources listed in A5 provided the most support? Enter letters of primary and secondary sources Yes No Name of Field Number of Field If there were more than two fields, additional fields should be reported on page 10. 1 2 Primary source of support Secondary source of support A3. Please name the department (or interdisciplinary committee, center, institute, etc.) of the university that supervised your doctoral studies. __________________________________________________________________________ s Mark (X) if no secondary source A7. When you receive your doctoral degree, how much money will you owe that is directly related to your undergraduate and graduate education? Mark (X) one in each column UNDERGRADUATE 0 Department/Committee/Center/Institute/Program A4. If you received full or partial tuition remission (waiver) for your doctoral studies, was it: Mark (X) one s I did not receive any tuition remission 1 s for less than 1/3 of tuition 2 s between 1/3 and 2/3 of tuition 3 s more than 2/3 of tuition, but less than full 4 s full tuition remission 0 s None 1 s $10,000 or less 2 s $10,001 - $20,000 3 s $20,001 - $30,000 4 s $30,001 - $40,000 5 s $40,001 - $50,000 6 s $50,001 - $60,000 7 s $60,001 - $70,000 8 s $70,001 or more - Specify $ 2 0 s None 1 s $10,000 or less 2 s $10,001 - $20,000 3 s $20,001 - $30,000 4 s $30,001 - $40,000 5 s $40,001 - $50,000 6 s $50,001 - $60,000 7 s $60,001 - $70,000 8 s $70,001 or more - Specify $ GRADUATE A8. The next few questions ask about the degrees you have received. Please provide the following information for this doctoral degree, your most recent master’s degree, and your first bachelor’s degree in the appropriate columns below. This research doctoral degree Most recent master’s degree (e.g. MS, MA, MBA) or equivalent First bachelor’s degree (e.g. BA, BS, AB) or equivalent ss b. Month/ year degree granted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . s s ssss c. Month / year that you started your degree . . . . . . s s ssss a. Have you received a degree of this type? . . . . . . X Yes No Month Month Year Year ss ss ssss ss ssss Yes No Month Month Year Year ss ss ssss ss ssss Yes No Month Month Year Year d. Primary field of study . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ e. Field number from list on p. 8 & 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . f. Institution name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ g. Branch or city . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . h. State or province . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i. Country . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A9. Excluding those above, have you attained any additional postsecondary degrees? A10. Was a master’s degree a prerequisite for admission to your doctoral program? A11. In what month and year did you first enter graduate school in any program or capacity, in any university? A12. How many years were you: a. taking courses or preparing for exams for this doctoral degree (including a master’s degree, if that was part of your doctoral program)? b. working on your dissertation after coursework and exams (non-course related preparation, writing and defense)? A13. Was there any time from the year you entered your doctoral program and the award of your doctorate that you were not working on your degree (that is, not taking courses or working on your dissertation)? If yes, please provide the number of years USA s Yes s No s Yes s No If yes, please list the additional degree(s), granting institution(s), and years. Degree Type Degree Field Field Number, p. 8 & 9 Year Month/Year Granted Institution Branch or City _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ ss ssss Month ss ss State or Country Years (round to whole years) Degree Type Years (round to whole years) Degree Field Field Number, p. 8 & 9 Month/Year Granted Institution _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ s Yes s No Branch or City State or Country ss Years (round to whole years) If there are more than two degrees, additional degrees should be reported on page 10. 3 A14. Did you earn college credit from a community or twoyear college? 1 A15. Are you earning, or have you earned, an MD or a DDS? 1 ■ Yes 2 ■ No ■ Yes 2 ■ No Pa r t B - P OS TGRAD UATION P LAN S B1. In what country or state do you intend to live after graduation (within the next year)? B5. What will be the main source of financial support for your “postdoc” or further training within the next year? Mark (X) one ■ in U.S. 1 ■ not in U.S. 0 State Country B2. Do you intend to take a “postdoc” position? (A “postdoc” is a temporary position primarily for gaining additional education and training in research, usually awarded in academe, industry, or government.) 1 ■ Yes 2 ■ No B3. What is the status of your postgraduate plans (in the next year)? Mark (X) one ■ U.S. government 1 ■ Industry/business 2 ■ College or university 3 ■ Private foundation 4 ■ Nonprofit, other than private foundation or college 5 ■ Foreign government 6 ■ Other - Specify 0 GO TO B4 7 ■ Returning to, or continuing in, predoctoral employment 1 ■ Have signed contract or made definite commitment for a “postdoc” or other work 0 ■ Unknown B6. What type of principal employer will you be working for (or training with) in the next year? Mark (X) one EDUCATION 1 ■ Negotiating with one or more specific organizations 3 ■ Seeking position but have no specific prospects 4 ■ Other full-time degree program (e.g., MD, DDS, JD, MBA, etc.) 5 ■ Do not plan to work or study (e.g., family commitments, etc.) 6 ■ Other - Specify 2 SKIP TO C1 B4. What best describes your (within the next year) postgraduate plans? Mark (X) one ■ U.S. 4-year college or university other than medical school 2 ■ U.S. medical school (including university-affiliated hospital or medical center) 3 ■ U.S. university-affiliated research institute 4 ■ U.S. community or two-year college 5 ■ U.S. preschool, elementary, middle, secondary school or school system 6 ■ Foreign educational institution GOVERNMENT (other than education institution) 7 ■ “Postdoc” fellowship 1 ■ “Postdoc” research associateship 2 ■ Traineeship 3 ■ Intern, clinical residency 4 ■ Other Training - Specify 0 “POSTDOC” OR FURTHER TRAINING ■ Foreign government 8 ■ U.S. federal government 9 ■ U.S. state government 10 ■ U.S. local government GO TO B5 11 ■ Not for profit organization 12 ■ Industry or business (for profit) OTHER PRIVATE SECTOR (other than education institution) ■ Employment (other than “postdoc” or further training) 6 ■ Military service 7 ■ Other Employment- Specify 5 EMPLOYMENT ■ Self-employed 14 ■ Other - Specify 13 SKIP TO B6 B7. Please name the organization and geographic location where you will work or study. Name . . . . . . . . . . . . State (if U.S.) . . . . . . Country (if not U.S.) . 4 B8. What will be your basic annual salary for this principal job (in the next year)? Do not include bonuses or additional compensation for summertime teaching or research. If you are not salaried, please estimate your earned income. __________________________________ B10.What will be your primary and secondary work activities? Mark (X) one in each column Research and development . . . . . . . . . . . 1 $ If you prefer not to report an exact amount, please indicate into which range you expect your salary to fall: Mark (X) one ■ . . . . .1 ■ Teaching . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 ■ . . . . . 2 ■ Management or administration . . . . . . . . 3 ■ . . . . . 3 ■ Professional services to individuals . . . . . 4 ■ . . . . . 4 ■ Other - Specify . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 ■ . . . . . 5 ■ ■ Mark (X) if no secondary work activities a PRIMARY b SECONDARY ■ $30,000 or less ■ $30,001 - $35,000 2 ■ $35,001 - $40,000 3 ■ $40,001 - $50,000 4 ■ $50,001 - $60,000 5 ■ $60,001 - $70,000 0 1 Number of Months 6 ■ $70,001 - $80,000 ■ $80,001 - $90,000 8 ■ $90,001 - $100,000 9 ■ $100,001 - $110,000 10 ■ $110,001 or above 11 ■ Don’t know 7 B9. How many months does this salary cover? Pa r t C - B AC KG ROUND I NFORM ATIO N C1. Are you 1 ■ Male 2 ■ Female C4. What is the highest educational attainment of your mother and father? Mark (X) one for each parent C2. What is your marital status? Mark (X) one ■ Married 2 ■ Living in a marriage-like relationship 3 ■ Widowed 4 ■ Separated 5 ■ Divorced 6 ■ Never married 1 C3. Not including yourself or your spouse/partner, how many dependents (children or adults) do you have - that is, how many others receive at least one half of their financial support from you? ■ . . . . .1 ■ ■ . . . . .2 ■ Some college . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 ■ . . . . . 3 ■ Bachelor’s degree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 ■ . . . . . 4 ■ Master’s degree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 ■ . . . . . 5 ■ (e.g., MA, MS, MBA, MSW, etc.) Professional degree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 ■ . . . . . 6 ■ (e.g., MD, DDS, JD, D.Min, Psy.D., etc.) Research doctoral degree . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 ■ . . . . . 7 ■ Not applicable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 ■ . . . . . 8 ■ Less than high/secondary school graduate . . 1 High/secondary school graduate . . . . . . . 2 a MOTHER b FATHER C5. What is your place of birth? State (if U.S.) . . . . . . OR Country (if not U.S.) . ■ Mark (X) if none Write in number 5 years of age or younger . . 6 to 18 years . . . . . . . . . . . 19 years or older . . . . . . . . ■ ■ ■ C6. What is your date of birth? Month ■■ ■■ Day Year 19 ■■■■ 5 C7. What is your citizenship status? Mark (X) one U.S. CITIZEN 0 C14. What is your racial background? Mark (X) one or more SKIP TO C9 GO TO C8 a ■ Since birth 1 ■ Naturalized NON-U.S. CITIZEN 2 ■ American Indian or Alaska Native Specify tribal affiliation(s) ■ With a Permanent U.S. Resident Visa (“Green Card”) 3 ■ With a Temporary U.S. Visa C8. (If a non-U.S. citizen) Of which country are you a citizen? __________________________________________________________________________ ■ Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander c ■ Asian d ■ Black or African-American e ■ White b Specify country of present citizenship C15. Please fill in the last four digits of your Social Security Number. C9. In what state or country was the high school/secondary school that you last attended? State (if U.S.) . . . . . . OR Country (if not U.S.) . XXX XX ■■■ ■■ ■■■■ - C16. In case we need to clarify some of the information you have provided, please list an e-mail address and telephone number where you can be reached. __________________________________________________________________________ C10. Are you a person with a disability? E-mail Address __________________________________________________________________________ ■ Yes 2 ■ No 1 Mark (X) one or more GO TO C11 SKIP TO C12 Daytime or Cell Telephone C11. Which of the following categories describes your disability(ies)? C17. Please provide your address and the name and address of a person who is likely to know where you can be reached. YOUR CURRENT ADDRESS: __________________________________________________________________________ ■ Blind/Visually Impaired b ■ Deaf/Hard of Hearing c ■ Physical/Orthopedic Disability d ■ Learning/Cognitive Disability e ■ Vocal/Speech Disability f ■ Other - Specify a Street Address __________________________________________________________________________ City/State/Country/Zip or Postal Code CURRENT ADDRESS OF A PERSON WHO IS LIKELY TO KNOW WHERE YOU CAN BE REACHED: __________________________________________________________________________ Name C12. Are you Hispanic or Latino? __________________________________________________________________________ ■ Yes 2 ■ No 1 Mark (X) one Street Address __________________________________________________________________________ GO TO C13 SKIP TO C14 City/State/Country/Zip or Postal Code C13. Which of the following best describes your Hispanic origin or descent? ■ Mexican or Chicano 2 ■ Puerto Rican 3 ■ Cuban 4 ■ Other Hispanic - Specify 1 The results of this survey will be published in a Summary Report; the Summary Reports on earlier surveys are available at http://www.norc.uchicago.edu/issues/docdata.htm. Please use the back cover to make any additional comments you may have about this survey. Thank you for completing the questionnaire. Please return this questionnaire to your GRADUATE SCHOOL for forwarding to Survey of Earned Doctorates, NORC at the University of Chicago, 1 N. State Street, Floor 16, Chicago, IL 60602. If you have questions or concerns about the survey, you may contact us by e-mail at 4800-sed@norc.uchicago.edu or phone at 1-800-248-8649. 6 Pl eas e see the foll ow ing tw o pa ges fo r the Field of Study List The Field of Study listing on pages 8 and 9 is to be used in responding to items A2, A8, and A9. Please choose the code that best describes the name of your field. 7 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT/ADMINISTRATION 900 905 910 915 901 921 Accounting Banking/Financial Support Services Business Administration & Management Business/Managerial Economics Finance Human Resources Development 916 920 917 930 International Business/Trade/Commerce Marketing Management & Research Management Information Systems/Business Statistics Operations Research (also in ENGINEERING & in MATHEMATICS) 935 Organizational Behavior (see also PSYCHOLOGY/Industrial & Organizational) 938 Business Management/Administration, General 939 Business Management/Administration, Other COMMUNICATION 940 Communication Research 957 Communication Theory 950 Film, Radio, TV & Digital Communication 947 Mass Communication/Media Studies 958 Communication, General 959 Communication, Other COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCES 400 Computer Science 410 Information Science & Systems 419 Computer & Information Science, Other EDUCATION RESEARCH & ADMINISTRATION 840 Counseling Education/Counseling & Guidance 800 Curriculum & Instruction 805 Educational Administration & Supervision 820 Educational Assessment/Testing/Measurement TEACHER EDUCATION 858 Adult & Continuing Teacher Education 852 Elementary Teacher Education TEACHING FIELDS 860 Agricultural Education 861 Art Education 862 Business Education 864 English Education 870 Family & Consumer/Human Science (also in Fields Not Elsewhere Classified) OTHER EDUCATION 898 Education, General 810 807 822 815 Educational/Instructional Media Design Educational Leadership Educational Psychology (also in PSYCHOLOGY) Educational Statistics/Research Methods 845 825 830 835 Higher Education/Evaluation & Research School Psychology (also in PSYCHOLOGY) Social/Philosophical Foundations of Education Special Education 850 Pre-elementary/Early Childhood Teacher Education 856 Secondary Teacher Education 866 868 874 876 878 880 Foreign Languages Education Health Education Mathematics Education Music Education Nursing Education Physical Education & Coaching 882 884 885 888 889 Reading Education Science Education Social Science Education Trade & Industrial Education Teacher Education & Professional Development, Other 899 Education, Other ENGINEERING 300 303 306 309 312 315 318 321 324 Aerospace, Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering Agricultural Engineering Bioengineering & Biomedical Engineering Ceramic Sciences Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Communications Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical, Electronics & Communications Engineering 376 327 330 333 336 339 342 345 348 351 Engineering Management & Administration Engineering Mechanics Engineering Physics Engineering Science Environmental Health Engineering Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering Materials Science Engineering Mechanical Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Mining & Mineral Engineering 357 Nuclear Engineering 360 Ocean Engineering 363 Operations Research (also in MATHEMATICS & in BUSINESS MANAGEMENT) 366 Petroleum Engineering 369 Polymer & Plastics Engineering 372 Systems Engineering 398 Engineering, General 399 Engineering, Other HUMANITIES HISTORY 706 African History 700 American History (U.S. & Canada) 703 Asian History FOREIGN LANGUAGES & LITERATURE 768 Arabic 758 Chinese 740 French 743 German LETTERS 732 American Literature (U.S. & Canada) 720 Classics 723 Comparative Literature 735 Creative Writing OTHER HUMANITIES 770 American/U.S. Studies 773 Archaeology 776 Art History/Criticism/Conservation 792 Bible/Biblical Studies 795 Drama/Theater Arts 705 European History 710 History, Science & Technology & Society 707 Latin American History 746 Italian 762 Japanese 752 Russian 708 Middle/Near East Studies 718 History, General 719 History, Other 755 Slavic (other than Russian) 749 Spanish 769 Other Languages & Literature 734 English Language 733 English Literature (British & Commonwealth) 724 Folklore 736 Speech & Rhetorical Studies 738 Letters, General 739 Letters, Other 780 786 787 788 789 Music Music Theory & Composition Music Performance Musicology/Ethnomusicology Music, Other 785 790 798 799 Philosophy Religion/Religious Studies Humanities, General Humanities, Other LIFE SCIENCES AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES/NATURAL RESOURCES 005 Agricultural Animal Breeding 055 043 000 Agricultural Economics 025 Agricultural & Horticultural Plant Breeding 044 020 Agronomy & Crop Science 066 010 Animal Nutrition 070 079 014 Animal Science, Poultry (or Avian) 019 Animal Science, Other 050 081 Environmental Science 074 Fishing & Fisheries Sciences/Management Food Science Food Science & Technology, Other Forest Sciences & Biology Forest/Resources Management Forestry & Related Science, Other Horticulture Science Natural Resources/Conservation 030 Plant Pathology/Phytopathology (also in BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES) 039 Plant Sciences, Other 046 Soil Chemistry/Microbiology 049 Soil Sciences, Other 080 Wildlife/Range Management 072 Wood Science & Pulp/Paper Technology 098 Agriculture, General 099 Agricultural Science, Other 888 Continued on Page 9 LIFE SCIENCES (continued) BIOLOGICAL/BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES 130 Anatomy 110 Bacteriology 100 Biochemistry (see also PHYSICAL SCIENCES/ Chemistry, other) 102 Bioinformatics 103 Biomedical Sciences 133 Biometrics & Biostatistics 105 Biophysics (also in PHYSICS) 107 Biotechnology 129 Botany/Plant Biology 158 Cancer Biology HEALTH SCIENCES 210 Environmental Health 211 Environmental Toxicology 220 Epidemiology 212 Health Systems/Services Administration 222 Kinesiology/Exercise Science 136 142 139 145 148 137 170 151 157 154 160 163 240 230 215 245 Cell/Cellular Biology & Histology Developmental Biology/Embryology Ecology Endocrinology Entomology Evolutionary Biology Genetics/Genomics, Human & Animal Immunology Microbiology Molecular Biology Neurosciences Nutrition Sciences Medicinal/Pharmaceutical Sciences Nursing Science Public Health Rehabilitation/Therapeutic Services 166 175 180 185 115 120 125 169 189 198 199 200 250 298 299 Parasitology Pathology, Human & Animal Pharmacology, Human & Animal Physiology, Human & Animal Plant Genetics Plant Pathology/Phytopathology (also in AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES) Plant Physiology Toxicology Zoology Biology/Biomedical Sciences, General Biology/Biomedical Sciences, Other Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology Veterinary Sciences Health Sciences, General Health Sciences, Other MATHEMATICS 425 430 420 460 435 Algebra Analysis & Functional Analysis Applied Mathematics Computing Theory & Practice Geometry/Geometric Analysis 440 Logic 445 Number Theory 465 Operations Research (also in ENGINEERING & in BUSINESS MANAGEMENT/ADMIN.) 450 455 498 499 Statistics (also in SOCIAL SCIENCES) Topology/Foundations Mathematics/Statistics, General Mathematics/Statistics, Other PHYSICAL SCIENCES ASTRONOMY 500 Astronomy ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE & METEOROLOGY 510 Atmospheric Chemistry & Climatology 512 Atmospheric Physics & Dynamics CHEMISTRY 520 Analytical Chemistry 522 Inorganic Chemistry 526 Organic Chemistry GEOLOGICAL & EARTH SCIENCES 542 Geochemistry 540 Geology 552 Geomorphology & Glacial Geology OCEAN/MARINE SCIENCES 585 Hydrology & Water Resources 590 Oceanography, Chemical & Physical PHYSICS 560 Acoustics 576 Applied Physics 561 Atomic/Molecular/Chemical Physics 565 Biophysics (also in BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES) 505 Astrophysics 514 Meteorology 518 Atmospheric Science/Meteorology, General 530 Physical Chemistry 532 Polymer Chemistry 534 Theoretical Chemistry 544 Geophysics & Seismology 548 Mineralogy & Petrology 546 Paleontology 595 Marine Sciences 599 Ocean/Marine, Other 574 568 569 564 Condensed Matter/Low Temperature Physics Nuclear Physics Optics/Photonics Particle (Elementary) Physics 570 572 578 579 Plasma/Fusion Physics Polymer Physics Physics, General Physics, Other 519 Atmospheric Science/Meteorology, Other 538 Chemistry, General 539 Chemistry, Other (see also BIOLOGICAL/Biochemistry) 550 Stratigraphy & Sedimentation 558 Geological & Earth Sciences, General 559 Geological & Earth Sciences, Other PSYCHOLOGY 600 603 606 609 612 618 Clinical Psychology Cognitive Psychology & Psycholinguistics Comparative Psychology Counseling Developmental & Child Psychology Educational Psychology (also in EDUCATION) 615 620 613 621 Experimental Psychology Family Psychology Human Development & Family Studies Industrial & Organizational (see also BUSINESS MANAGEMENT/Organization Behavior) 624 Personality Psychology 627 633 636 639 648 649 Physiological/Psychobiology Psychology Psychometrics & Quantitative Psychology School Psychology (also in EDUCATION) Social Psychology Psychology, General Psychology, Other SOCIAL SCIENCES 650 652 657 658 662 668 Anthropology Area/Ethnic/Cultural/Gender Studies Criminal Justice & Corrections Criminology Demography/Population Studies Econometrics 667 670 674 676 678 682 Economics Geography International Relations/Affairs Linguistics Political Science & Government Public Policy Analysis 686 690 694 695 698 699 Sociology Statistics (also in MATHEMATICS) Urban Affairs/Studies Urban/City, Community & Regional Planning Social Sciences, General Social Sciences, Other FIELDS NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED (NEC) 960 Architecture/Environmental Design 964 Family/Consumer Science/Human Science (also in EDUCATION) 968 Law 972 974 976 980 Library Science Parks/Sports/Rec./Leisure/Fitness Public Administration Social Work 984 Theology/Religious Education (see also OTHER HUMANITIES/Religion/Religious Studies) 989 Other Fields, NEC 8988 To the Doctorate Recipient: Congratulations on earning a doctoral degree! This is an important accomplishment for you. Your accomplishment is also significant for both this nation and others, as the new knowledge generated by research doctorates enhances the quality of life in this country and throughout the world. Because of the importance of persons earning research doctorates, several Federal agencies–listed on the cover–sponsor this Survey of Earned Doctorates. The basic purpose of this survey is to gather objective data about doctoral graduates. These data are important in improving graduate education both at your home institution and beyond. Often, decisions made by governmental and private agencies to develop new programs, or to support present ones, are based in part on the data developed from this survey. If you have any comments about the survey, please provide them in the space below. On behalf of the sponsoring Federal agencies, I thank you for your participation in this survey. Best wishes, Dr. Lynda T. Carlson National Science Foundation ADDITIONS TO QUESTIONS A2. (continued) __________________________________________________________________________ Name of Field Number of Field __________________________________________________________________________ Name of Field Number of Field A9. (continued) Degree Type Degree Field Field Number, p. 8 & 9 Month/Year Granted Institution Branch or City State or Country Degree Type Degree Field Field Number, p. 8 & 9 Month/Year Granted Institution Branch or City State or Country ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ Comments about the survey: Please return this questionnaire to your GRADUATE SCHOOL for forwarding to: Survey of Earned Doctorates, NORC at the University of Chicago, 1 N. State Street, Floor 16, Chicago, IL 60602. If you have questions or concerns about the survey, you may contact us by e-mail at 4800-sed@norc.uchicago.edu or phone 1-800-248-8649. OFFICE USE ONLY Case ID: Instit. Code: Grad Date: Main Disp.: Receipt Initials Date Initials PROCESSING Editing Date Initials CADE Date Ver. Adjust Initials Date Initials Retrieval Date Initials Updates Date 10 TIME EXTENSION REQUEST Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D. Office, 4012 F/AB, 656 W. Kirby, Detroit, MI 48202 Phone: 313.577.2171 | lperez@wayne.edu Name PID Address E‐mail Date Telephone CHE C KL I ST Proposed Deadline Date: Letter of Support from Advisor is attached Student’s Annual Progress Report is attached 1. Describe the student’s progress toward completion of the dissertation (attach additional pages if necessary). 2. Provide a plan and timeline for completion of the dissertation (attach additional pages if necessary). 3. How has the student remained current in his or her field? (Attach additional pages if necessary). Departmental Graduate Officer Date Dean, The Graduate School Date TRANSFER OF CREDIT | Doctor of Philosophy (Use a Separate Sheet for each school) Ph.D. Office, 4012 F/AB, 656 W. Kirby, Detroit, MI 48202 Phone: 313.577.2171 | lperez@wayne.edu NAME TRANSFER CREDIT EARNED AT PID (COLLEGE OR UNIVERISTY) (CITY AND STATE) (DATES OF ATTENDANCE) INSTRUCTIONS: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Attach your transcript to this sheet (official, unofficial or copy) Includea grade and/or credit conversion memo if necessary Please fill the Department & NO. field exactly as it appears on your transcript B‐, S & P grades are not acceptable for transfer Use a separate form for each school DEPARTMENT & NO. COURSE TITLE SEMESTER HRS. GRADE TOTAL APPROVED BY: ADVISOR DATE DEPARTMENTAL GRADUATE OFFICER DATE TRANSFER AUTHORIZED BY: DEAN, THE GRADUATE SCHOOL DATE New Grade Policy Get Effective Fall Term 2006 Course Withdrawals • The “X” grade has been eliminated • Students who request course withdrawals starting the fifth week of the term, will receive one of these notations: o WP – Withdrawal Passing o WF – Withdrawal Failing o WN – Withdrawal No Work Completed/Never Attended Grading Changes • Incompletes (“I” grades) will be changed to an “F” grade after one year • Undergraduate grades of “E” will be replaced by an “F” Repeating Courses • Students need to see an advisor to repeat the same course a third time • Students who have repeated three different courses will need to see an advisor to repeat any fourth course Office of the Registrar www.classschedule.wayne.edu pipeline.wayne.edu GET 1) 2) 3) How to Withdraw from a Class? Log into http://www.pipeline.wayne.edu Click the “Student” tab In the “Student Services” menu, click the “Withdraw from a Class” link. 4) Select the class you would like to withdraw from. Next select the reason why you are withdrawing. Then click “Submit” 5) Review the information on the page. When you are ready to finalize the request to withdraw, click the “Confirm” button ...
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