Current as of 9/06/07
Demonstration of proficiency in a second relevant to the student? course of study usually Chinese, Japanese, Korean evidenced by either a) completion of minimum of two years of an approved sequence courses; or b) by examination. The language to be studied will be decided in consultation with the student? adviser and with the written approval of the Director of Graduate Studies.
|32||All requirements for the A.M. as stated above.||Students who have received their A.M. degrees at UIUC will already have fulfilled all these requirements before entering the Ph.D. program. Students with an A.M. from another institution are required to fulfill these requirements if they cannot present evidence of having done acceptable cognate work elsewhere.|
|16||Courses in the major field defined by culture and discipline (500-level)|
|8||Research seminars (500-level)|
|8||Elective 500-level courses|
|32||Other graduate-level courses (400- or 500-level)||Any number of these courses may be post-prelim EALC 599 (dissertation research) units.|
|Total = 96hrs|
Passing a written and oral preliminary examination in the major and two minor fields (after completion of coursework)
Ph.D. Language Requirement
In addition to the language requirement noted above, Ph.D. students whose primary focus is Japan are required to take one year of classical Japanese, and those whose primary focus is China are required to take one year of classical Chinese. These 400- and 500-level language courses carry graduate credit and may be counted towards degree requirements.