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History of Art Graduate Degrees

The Ph.D. student must spend at least the equivalent of three full academic years (including the time spent in attaining the M.A.) in resident graduate study at this or some other approved University. Two semesters, which may include one summer session, after the M.A. must be spent in resident (on campus) study at the University of Kansas. During this period of residency, the student must be involved full-time in academic pursuits, which can be fulfilled as follows:

  • 9 hours/semester (6 hours/summer)
  • at least 8 hours + 30% TA or RA appointment
  • at least 7 hours + 40% TA or RA appointment
  • at least 6 hours + 50% TA or RA appointment

Employment outside the University may be used as part of the residency requirement if the student can demonstrate that the employment pertains directly to dissertation research. This type of employment will have to be approved by the Graduate Division of CLAS by petition with a supporting statement from the department.


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