Comprehensive examinations are written and defended by August 31 of year 2 of the programme. Students must write one specific exam and one general exam.
This is followed by one oral examination. The process and policies for comprehensive exams is detailed in the program handbook. The reading lists for the general exam are as follows:
- Ways of Knowing: see list here
- Culture and Aesthetics: see list here
- Critique and Social Transformation: see list here
- Technology and Digital Humanities: see list here
The question bank and some guidelines for answers for the general comprehensive exam can be found here.