About course

The PhD program, with a focus on global, transnational, and comparative history, seeks to train research historians who plan to teach at the college and university level. Systematic training in theory and methodology and preparation for college teaching are distinctive features of the Northeastern program. Academic Standing/Progress Students are required to maintain an overall GPA of at least 3.500. In addition, the PhD annual review is based on a report by the student’s advisor with attention to: Success in setting up a doctoral committee Passing the departmental language examination in the language of their field Successful performance of teaching assistant duties Successful completion of courses in the tiered system (i.e., the required course sequence) Successful completion, where appropriate, of other required activities, including construction of the comprehensive examination list and the dissertation proposal and scheduling of comprehensive examinations


Programme overview

Doctorate / PhD
Level degree
To be advised
Estimated Fee
Full-time
Programme type
English
Primary Language
60 Months
Duration

Grade & score

Grade

  • GPA

    3.00

  • CGPA10

    7.50

  • CGPA5

    4.00

  • percentage

    73

  • British Degree

    Lower-second class honours

  • letter

    B