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Free Electives 9 Students will select additional graduate-level courses within the University in order to complete a coherent emphasis area. Selection must be made with the approval of their academic advisor and the Doctoral Program Coordinator Graduate Advisor of Record. Selection of this coursework will be driven by two primary factors: Qualifying Examination Students, in consultation with their Academic Advisor, will submit the names of three faculty members representing the areas of culture, literacy, and language to the Doctoral Studies Committee for approval.
The approved Qualifying Examination Committee will design, administer, and evaluate a two-part written and oral examination.
The written portion of the examination covers the areas completed in all foundation, core, and designated elective courses and cannot be taken until after the completion of 36 semester credit hours.
In order to pass this examination, the student must demonstrate a broad knowledge of culture, literacy, and language. The purpose of the examination is to ensure that the student has a sufficient grasp of the theoretical and methodological fundamentals to conduct independent research in the chosen dissertation area.
No more than two attempts to pass qualifying examinations are allowed. In preparation for the dissertation research, the student will identify a Dissertation Chair. The research topic will be determined by the student in consultation with their supervising professor. Upon successful defense of the proposal, and before conducting the study, the student must secure UTSA Institutional Review Board IRB approval for any dissertation research that involves human subjects.
Advancement to Candidacy Advancement to candidacy will require a student to complete all University and program requirements: Have an approved program of study Pass written and oral qualifying examinations Select a supervising professor and Dissertation Committee Successfully defend a dissertation proposal before the Dissertation Committee Secure approval of appropriate human subjects research forms.
Dissertation and Final Oral Examination Candidates must demonstrate their ability to conduct independent research by completing and defending an original dissertation. The Doctoral dissertation must make a substantial contribution to a field within culture, literacy, and language.
The final draft of the dissertation should be given to all committee members one month before the oral defense date. The Dissertation Committee must unanimously approve the completed dissertation. Therefore, the dissertation defense must be advertised to the University community two weeks prior to the set date.
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