Join us for an overview of UCF's Texts & Technology doctoral program as faculty, staff, and students answer your questions.
- Who is the program for?
- What are the courses like?
- What research opportunities exist?
- Where do graduates get jobs?
- Can students attend part-time?
- Is financial support available?
Attendees may attend in person or can call in (the phone number will be provided after registration).
This session will be helpful if you are interested in pursuing graduate study in any of these areas:
- Digital Media
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- Library Science
- Museum Studies
- Public History
- Social Justice
- Technical Writing
- Writing & Rhetoric
REGISTER today and plan to get to know us better. A doctoral degree in Texts & Technology could be your best path to a successful future.
Location:Graduate Student Center: Colbourn Hall, Suite 146