- Graduate Handbook
- Preliminary Exam Scheduling Form
- Preliminary Exam Quick Reference
- Preliminary Exam Prep List
- Preliminary Plan of Study Forms (64-hour, 96-hour )
- 96-Hour Research Portfolio Approval Form
- Graduate & Professional School Dates and Deadlines
Graduate Student Travel Procedure & Forms
- Request Department Travel Funding (Graduate Conference Travel Department Funding Request)
- Submit Teaching Substitute Form (Instructor Absence/Change of Course Delivery Report)
- Student employees submit Travel Request via Concur System
- Contact Rubi Ruiz if assistance is needed making travel arrangements.
- Upon return from your trip, turn in all your receipts (even if they exceed the amount of the award) to Rubi Ruiz for allocation.
Departmental Funding Resources
- Graduate Conference Funding Request
- Research Enhancement Grant
- Professional Development Support
- STAR Employment Award
- Graduate & Professional School Resources
- Graduate and Professional Student Council Travel Award
- Melburn G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research
Professional Development Resources
BLTN 111: The Computer Lab is for Communication and Journalism undergraduates and graduates to work on class assignments and coursework. Its 27 PCs are equipped with Microsoft Office 2010, Adobe CS 5 Master Collection, Audacity, and Camtasia. These programs allow you to create and edit videos, images, and text documents, record your screen movements, edit sound files, and convert different file formats.
Department of Communication & Journalism’s research lab allow students to conduct research using qualitative and qualitative research programs like SPSS, MPlus, SAS, NVIVO, and Atlas.ti.