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Research Topics (IST 594 Paper)

  • Master’s students completing a Scholarly Paper will take IST 594 for the required 6 credits.
  • If you wish to be enrolled in IST 594, please send Jenna Sieber an approval email from your advisor stating that you do in fact need to be enrolled. Once she receives this approval, she will then register you for IST 594.

 

Thesis Research (IST 600)

  • IST 600 (Thesis Research) is for BOTH Master’s and Ph.D. students. This is for I.U.G. and M.S. students writing a thesis and for Ph.D. students who have not yet passed their comprehensive exams, and who are actively doing research on campus.
  • Students are able to enroll themselves in between 1 – 12 credit(s) of IST 600 via LionPATH. Note, graduate students do need to be enrolled in at least 9 credits each semester to be considered a full-time student.

 

Ph.D. Dissertation Full-Time (IST 601)

  • IST 601 is for Ph.D. students who have passed their comprehensive exams, who are actively doing research on campus.
  • Students are able to enroll themselves in this course via LionPATH. Although IST 601 is not associated with any credits, a graduate student enrolled in this course is considered a full-time student.

 

Thesis Research Off-Campus (IST 610)

  • IST 610 is for Ph.D. students who have not yet passed their comprehensive exams, who are semi-actively doing research off campus
  • Students are able to enroll themselves in this course via LionPATH.

 

Ph.D. Dissertation Part-Time (IST 611)

  • IST 611 is for Ph.D. students who have passed their comprehensive exams, who are semi-actively doing research off campus
  • Students are able to enroll themselves in this course via LionPATH.