Checklist - Aging, Health and Well Being (PhD)

This checklist is designed to help you organize your progress through your program. The following tasks are your responsibility.

[  ] Register as ACTIVE

[  ] Complete required courses (normally completed in first two terms):

[  ] REC/KIN/HSG 750 (Fundamentals of Aging, Health and Well-Being)
[  ] Graduate level statistics or research methods course
[  ] Elective relating to aging, health and well being
[  ] Elective relating to aging, health and well being
[  ] REC/KIN/HSG 751 (Research Seminar)

[  ] For KIN and RLS students only – Select your Comprehensive Examination committee

Supervisor:

Committee Member:

Interdisciplinary Member (from another department):

Extra Committee Member (not required):

Extra Committee Member (not required):


[  ] For HSG students only – Select your Comprehensive Examination A committee

Committee Member (from HSG):
Committee Member (from HSG or another department):

[  ] For HSG students only – Select your Comprehensive Examination B committee

Supervisor:

Committee Member:
Interdisciplinary Member (from another department):
Extra Committee Member (not required):
Extra Committee Member (not required):

[  ] Complete, have signed and submit a PhD Comprehensive Examination Approval of Committee and Date of Examination form


[  ] Complete Comprehensive exam(s) as per Home Department (normally completed by December of the second year)

Date completed (for KIN and RLS):
Date Comp A completed (for HSG only):
Date Comp B complete (for HSG only):

[  ] Complete, have signed and submit a PhD Thesis Topic and Supervisor form

[  ] Pass oral proposal defence (proposal to be on display for two weeks before defense)

Date proposal accepted:

[  ] Obtain ethics approval for data collection (if required)

[  ] Arrange examining board at last eight weeks prior to final defence

Supervisor:
Committee Member:
Interdisciplinary Member:
Internal/External Examiner:
External Examiner:
Extra Committee Member (not required):
Extra Committee Member (not required):

[  ] Schedule final defence (final thesis must be on display for five weeks before the final defense) and complete and submit Defense Notification Form

[  ] Pass final oral defence

[  ] Make final modifications to thesis to approval of committee

Date dissertation accepted:

[  ] File Intent to Graduate form

[  ] Upload final thesis to online site

[  ] Provide two bound copies of dissertation – Supervisor and Department

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