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Including the two years required as a prerequisite for entry, students must have completed by graduation four years of relevant language study meeting one of the following requirements:
Students must also use sources in the language(s) of the REECA-region in their thesis.
25-30 credits divided between a Discipline of Concentration and a Minor Discipline (with a minimum of 10 credits for the minor) must be completed. While this course work may be focused on one geographical region, it also may be divided between two or more regions with the approval of the Graduate Program Coordinator.
At least two of these courses must be at or above the 500-level.
These courses must be taken for numerical grades and, in most cases, at the 400- to 500-level. Courses at the 300 level can be counted only with written approval from the Graduate Program Coordinator.
No later than the first quarter of the second year in the program, and earlier if possible, each student must select a committee of at least two faculty members representing the two fields.
Further details concerning procedures for completion of these final requirements are provided in the program handbook.
Last Updated 6/2013
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