Students currently enrolled in the Master of Arts Program in International and Comparative Politics program should keep in close contact with their faculty advisors to monitor progress toward degree completion. This is especially true for students who have already defended their thesis prospectus or project proposal.
Students must maintain active graduate status with the School of Graduate Studies by registering for PLS 7900 “Continuing Registration” after they have exhausted their thesis or project hours. Students are not permitted to go more than two semesters in a row without registering for coursework (this includes summer quarters). International students needing to register for a credit hour in order to maintain their F-1 status may register for ITL 7890. If a graduate student fails to complete at least one course in three consecutive semesters, they will have to reapply for admission to the WSU Graduate School.
All current students should check their Wright State University e-mail accounts for important program correspondence. Students should also check the group page available on the WSU WINGS portal for announcements, documents pertaining to programs of study, theses and projects, and important web links. Membership in this group is available to all current students. The group page can be accessed by logging into the WSU portal, WINGS from the main WSU web page. Then, click on the “groups” icon on the upper right hand side of the page. Choose “CoLA” (College of Liberal Arts), and then find the link to “subgroups.” Our page is titled “ICP Grad Students.”
Please be sure to keep your contact information current with the program office. If you have a change of address or other important information, please call the Program Administrative Assistants at 937-775-2942 or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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