Important Forms and Due Dates
|Annual Student Report||This is a form that is to be filled out by the student and supervisor and handed into the CNS Graduate Office each year prior to June 1st.||June 1st|
|MSc/PhD Thesis Form Part I||Part One of this form is to be filled out by first year MSc/PhD students at their thesis proposal meeting and handed in to the CNS Graduate Office prior to April 1 of their first year.||April 1st|
|MSc/PhD Thesis Form Part II||Part Two of this form is to be completed in the last year of the MSc/PhD program prior to the oral defense of the written thesis and handed into the CNS Graduate Office.||April 1st|
|PhD Oral Thesis||This form is to be used only by students who are submitting their written thesis to the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) prior to their defense. For doctoral students, the completed and signed form must reach the SGS no later than 25 working days before the tentative examination date. For PhD defenses only the Chair is selected by the SGS.|
|MSc Oral Thesis Defense Form||
This form is to be used only by students who are submitting their written thesis to the School of Graduate Studies prior to their defense. For terms of reference as to who qualifies as a chair for this committee please refer to the CNS Student Handbook.
|Decision Sheet||This form is to be included in students applications to the School of Graduate Studies for the Mini-Masters. Will need to be filled out by Graduate Coordinator.|
|Mini Masters Defense Form||
This form is to be filled out by the committee following a students defense of their Mini-Masters and handed to into the CNS Graduate office to be forwarded to the School of Graduate Studies.
|Mini Masters Committee Form||This form is to be filled out once the date, time, location and make up of the committee for a student's mini masters defense has been set. To be handed in to the CNS Graduate Office.|
|Comprehensive Exam (PhD Only)||
Students are normally expected to write the Doctoral Comprehensive Examination by the end of the second year of Ph.D. studies. Notice of intent should be indicated on the student annual report as well as in writing to the Graduate office a minimum of 6 weeks prior to the intended start date. (Guideline document)
Once the committee has been finalized and the date for the oral exam set the student should fill out the Comprehensive Qualifying Exam form and have it signed by the Graduate Coordinator.