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No major is granted in Graduate Studies. At the recommendation of the major professor and/or the department chair, graduate students may enroll in the following graduate courses to fulfill certain enrollment requirements.
Courses for Graduate students
Gr St 585. Preparing Future Faculty Introductory Seminar. Cr. 1. Prereq: One year of graduate course work; admission into PFF program. Introduction to faculty life issues such as hiring, tenure, teaching, and service at a variety of higher education institutions. Includes presentations from faculty at other institutions.
Gr St 586. Preparing Future Faculty Intermediate Seminar. Cr. 1-3. Prereq: Admission into PFF program; completion of 585 or permission of instructor. Consideration of a wide range of faculty life issues. Includes topics such as higher education trends, diversity issues, learning styles, assessment, grant and proposal writing, and legal and ethical issues. Written components include job and teaching portfolios.
Gr St 587. Preparing Futute Faculty Teaching Practicum. Cr. 1-3. Prereq: Permission of instructor, 585, credit for or concurrent enrollment in 586. Students complete a stand-alone teaching assignment at Iowa State or another higher education institution.
Gr St. 588. Preparing Future Faculty Special Topics. Cr. 1-3. Prereq: Permission of instructor, 585, credit for or concurrent enrollment in 586. In-depth study of topic providing academic professional development.
Gr St 600. Examination Only. Cr. R. Reserved for graduate students the term they take the final oral examination. Students must have completed all required coursework and not be registered for another course.
Gr St 601. Required Enrollment. Cr. R. Reserved for graduate students who must be registered for a particular term, but are not required to take additional coursework.
Gr St 680. Continuous Registration. Cr. R. Course may be repeated. Reserved for Ph.D. candidates only. See the Graduate College Handbook for specific requirements.