Internship defense and presentation
When the committee approves the final work, you will need to
schedule a meeting for the internship defense. At the defense, you
will present and discuss your internship manuscript and experience to
your committee and interested faculty for their approval.
- find a
time that will work for all three committee members
the SBS Dean's Office at 928-523-2672 to reserve a room
- share this professional accomplishment with
others by advertising the defense
What to bring to your defense
You should bring:
- Your manuscript
- any supporting documentation
- Master's Oral Exam (the committee chair must request from the ETD Coordinator): Your committee will sign this form following
your successful internship defense. Once it has been
signed, supply the department office with a photocopy for your file
and deliver the original to the Graduate College for processing.
- internship title
page: After the defense, your committee will sign your manuscript's title
page in blue ink. You may want to bring extra copies for them to
sign if you are printing multiple copies of your manuscript--then,
each copy will have an original, signed title page.
Follow the graduation procedures as indicated on page 9 of
the Student Guide,
providing the appropriate copies of documents to the department office. Credit
hours will be applied to your degree after the internship is signed by your
committee and on file in the department office.