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Important Links for Graduate Students

Guide for Graduate Students
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Graduate faculty
Our focus areas
Master of Arts program
Online Master of Arts program
Doctor of Philosophy program
Egyptology program
Museum Studies program
Graduate School requirements and resources
Graduate catalog
Academic regulations
Policy of the Department of History about academic misconduct
Course descriptions
“Mini-catalog” (MS Word)
Student Introduction to eCourseware
Ph.D. comprehensives committee members (pdf)
Ph.D. dissertation committee members (pdf)
Financial aid
Graduate teaching
Graduate placement
Employment as a historian
Standards of professional conduct
Graduate accomplishments
Library resources
Computing resources
Student organizations
H-Grad discussion network [H-Net]
American Historical Association resources for graduate students
E-mail the Graduate Coordinator
Advising for graduate students in the Department of History

The Graduate Coordinator advises students admitted into the history graduate program when they first enroll. Although you may eventually choose a thesis or dissertation advisor and use that person or other faculty members for academic guidance, you should still direct all technical questions about department and university requirements and policies to the Graduate Coordinator, Dr James Blythe. For routine matters, such as forms, applications, and deadlines, you should get in touch with the Graduate Secretary, Karen Jackett, 901.678.1366,

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