In This Section
1. Review the Process Resources below
2. Become familiar with the Work Submission and Review Process
3. Rely on the EDS Rubrics when creating your own and reviewing others’ work
4. Pay attention to Dissertation Deposit Deadlines when mapping out your own timeline
Printable Overview of the Full EDS Process
Key Things to Know
Courses are different than Exams
Before getting started, it is important to understand courses vs. exams. Refer to this page for the full details.
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In addition to registering, please indicate your topic and timeline on our google sheet tracker.
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Join our weekly group advising sessions to get the most benefit out of the EDS.
As a new EDS participant, schedule an individual advising session with Dr. Francis prior to starting the EDS.
Other individual advising sessions may be scheduled as needed.
Key Terms and FAQs
Check out the common terms and questions that you may encounter while working on your exams and dissertation
You should plan to have your final dissertation draft approved by the end of Term 1 of the desired graduation semester. Term 2 should focus on the final defense and final deposit. Plan ahead!