The coordinator of graduate studies in history will assign an “initial advisor” to all newly admitted students. The student will establish a full supervisory committee as soon as possible, normally during the first semester enrolled. The committee chair will act as advisor and thesis or project director. Other members of the committee will be chosen by the student and his or her advisor. The entire program leading to the degree will be planned by the student in conjunction with his or her supervisory committee.
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