Phd in medieval studies in University of connecticut
This program, intended to provide a synthesis of broad areas of medieval culture and thought as a basis for constructive research in specialized aspects of medieval cultural and intellectual history, is interdepartmental in nature and would include course offerings in the areas of medieval languages and literature , history, art, philosophy, and philology.The program, cutting across all academic disciplines chronologically, is by its nature related directly to all areas of academic interest, especially those (history, literature, philosophy, language, art, and social science) which study the evolution of modern civilization. Within a given discipline (English literature, for example), the program would permit a specialized focus on a chronological segment of the discipline from the wider vantage-point of related interdisciplinary studies. Approximately one half of the course work required for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in medieval studies should be in the department of emphasis, the remaining half to be taken in two or more other cooperating departments. In addition to the Graduate School s requirements for the doctorate, reading examinations in three foreign languages, Latin and two languages significant to the student s program. It is expected that the student will pass these examinations immediately upon admission and in no case later than the end of the first year of study in the Ph.D. program. The student s advisory committee will consist of representatives of three different cooperating departments.
A baccalaureate degree or its equivalent from a regionally accredited college or university, Official Transcripts, TOEFL: 79 (Internet-based test - iBT), 550 ( Old Paper-based test - PBT), IELTS-6.5, PTE-53
Careers in College or University Teaching, Higher Administration, Museums and Library Archives or Advanced studies in Law, Religion, Art History and the History of Science.