All program forms (Program of Study, Dissertation Committee, Request for Qualifying Examination, Request for Candidacy Examination, Request for Research Proposal Defense, and Request for Dissertation Defense) must be completed, signed and submitted to the to the Ph.D. in Engineering Program office in 211 RC.
2014 University Assistantships
The Ph.D. in Engineering Program is currently accepting applications for University-funded assistantships for Academic Year 2013/2014. To find more information on this, click here. Applications are due April 4, 2014. You can find an application here.
Program of Study Form
The Program of Study is available in both quarter and semester formats. Students who have already completed the majority of their coursework under the quarter system may use the Quarter Program of Study. Students who will do the majority of their coursework under semesters should use the Semester Program of Study.
Please type your Program of Study and save a copy electronically for future reference and revisions. Your completed Program of Study may be reviewed by the Program Coordinator before you obtain additional signatures.
Record semester courses using the 4-digit course code. Any courses taken under the quarter system may be included by using the original 3-digit course code and applying a conversion factor of 0.67. Contact the Program Coordinator with any questions.
Record quarter courses using the original 3-digit course codes and the number of hours earned under quarters. Any courses take under the semester system may be included by using the new 4-digit course code and applying a conversion factor of 1.5. Contact the Program Coordinator with any questions.
Alternate EGR Seminar Credit
Students may earn one of the three required seminar credits through either a qualifying conference presentation OR publication of a qualifying peer-reviewed journal article. Contact the Program Coordinator with questions about the course credit policy.
Seminar Credit for Conference Presentations
Students can apply for credit for EGR 8910 based on qualifying conference presentations. One qualifying presentation earns one hour of course credit. Please complete the Application for Course Credit (Conference) and return it to the Program Office.
Seminar Credit for Published Journal Article
Students can apply for credit for EGR 8910 based on publication of an article in a qualifying peer-reviewed journal. One qualifying published paper earns one hour of course credit. Please complete the Application for Course Credit (Journal) and return it to the Program Office.
Students may cross-register for courses at neighboring institutions such as the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) and the University of Dayton (UD) through the Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE). More information is available on SOCHE's website. Students are strongly encouraged to consult with the Program Coordinator before cross-registering for courses.
2014 Ph.D. Assistantship
This year's Ph.D. Assistantship Application is available as a Microsoft Word file to complete and print. Applications are due by April 25, 2013. All applicants must see the Program Coordinator for an advising session prior to the April 25th deadline.
Dissertation Committee and Request for Examination Forms
Available for downloading and completing in Adobe Reader, the dissertation committee and request for examination forms have been designed in PDF format to allow ease in typing information and tabbing through fields. As with any PDF file, information added to the forms cannot be saved, but can be printed.
In certain forms, there are fields that prompt you to select from a list of names (select an advisor, select a focus area, select a school). In these cases, a simple click inside the field presents up/down arrows for scrolling through the list of names provided. To make a selection, click on the name. Note that the selected name will remain highlighted.
Completed request forms for the Qualifying Examination, Candidacy Examination, Research Proposal Defense and Dissertation Defense must be submitted no later than 30 days before each of the scheduled examinations. Forms will not be accepted without the necessary signatures.
To ensure that all students make timely progress through the Ph.D. in Engineering Program, we have enacted a Milestone Deadline Policy. Please refer to this policy as you schedule schedule your courses, complete your program of study, and plan your examinations. Please contact the program coordinator with any questions or concerns about compliance with the milestone deadline policy.
Occasionally, scheduling constraints may interfere with timely completion of the Program Qualification Deadline. In most cases, we can make adjustments to accommodate your choice of courses. Please contact the program coordinator for more information.
Request for Candidacy Examination Forms (select by focus area):
- Electronics, Microwave, VLSI, and Nanotechnology (PDF)
- Controls and Robotics, Industrial and Human Systems, Medical and Biological Sytems (PDF)
- Materials and Nanotechnology
- Sensor Signal and Image Processing (PDF)
- Computational Design and Optimization (PDF)
For questions or more information regarding program forms, contact Alysoun Taylor-Hall, Program Coordinator, by phone at (937) 775-5075 or by e-mail.