Register for UEP 299 Internship in the same semester (if your internship is in the fall or spring) or the semester following your internship (if your internship is in the Summer). This is a non-credit but required course for the M.A. program.
For more information on Thesis and Capstone Exam Guidelines, the selecting of an advisor, and important dates, current students should consult UEP Community Resources on Canvas. Additional guidelines are published in the Graduate Student Handbook.
Research and Teaching Assistantships
The department awards a limited number of teaching and research assistantships each year for which all students may apply. Most often teaching assistantships are assigned to second-year students who have demonstrated proficiency in a particular subject matter. Teaching assistants are expected to work a set number of hours per week and are paid a stipend for the semester. The primary role of the teaching assistant is to organize instructional resources, and to be available for individual and group tutoring or review sessions during the semester.
Funding for student research, travel, and other academic experiences
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences provides funding opportunities for student travel, research, and related academic experiences. Details on how to apply can be found on the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences website.
UEP also provides funding for student research and educational needs, including travel, supplies, and support for unfunded internships through the Hermann and Kate Field Education Fund and the Miriam Charef Simonds Fund. Contact the department chair Mary Davis to inquire about funding opportunities and to apply.