Master of Humanities

Program Advising and Resources

Advising

For questions about general advising in the Master of Humanities program, please contact the director, Dr. Valerie Stoker at valerie.stoker@wright.edu or at (937) 775-2173 (email is preferable). If you are pursuing one of the program emphases, you should also consult the relevant faculty members.

Even if you are not in a discipline-specific program of study, you will need to build relationships with relevant faculty in your area of interest. You can do this by taking courses and by scheduling appointments with faculty members to discuss their research plans. After taking several electives in your chosen area, you will need to assemble a thesis committee of three members, with one serving as the principal advisor. This should be done in consultation with the program director.

Forms and Documents

 


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