Committee members of Interdisciplinary Studies thesis committees must be members of the Mason graduate faculty. Committee members of Interdisciplinary Studies project committees may be members of the Mason graduate faculty, another type of Mason faculty, or a practitioner in the field who holds at least a master's degree.
As in other programs, committee members will work closely with students for an extended period of time.
Committee members may:
Committee members will:
Committee members are entitled to request changes to student work, even if the student is coming up against a registration or graduation deadline. The Interdisciplinary Studies program stresses to students the importance of planning ahead and leaving time for multiple rounds of review, starting at new-student orientation.