What is the title which describes the central question around which you have sculpted, or are sculpting now, your CST major?
Have you, after consultation with and approval by your advisors in CST, submitted to the chair a "two-to-three page proposal that identifies the focus of your program, explains its genesis and significance, and lists the courses you have taken and intend
If you are a graduating senior, please submit a copy of your proposal, with any final revisions, to the CST Ella site under "Resources" when you complete this form, if a finalized proposal is not already posted.
When you post your proposal please be sure to include within it your name, class, email, title, and names of your two advisors who have approved the proposal. A senior who is submitting this form in her final semester, to enable the chair to certify completion of her major program, should submit the most recent version of her proposal.
Who are your current advisors?
Have other faculty advised your program in CST in the past?
Please indicate which of the following core CST courses you have taken, are taking, or plan to take, by entering the semester in which you took or will take it.
Please indicate below the course that you have taken, are taking, or will take to satisfy the requirement of courses in at least FOUR of the six fields constituting CST below. With the course name, please indicate the semester in which you took or will take it (e.g. F_05).
Order and Transformation
Class and Political Economy
Race, Ethnicity, and Nationality
Gender and Sexuality
Please list all 300-level courses taken or to be taken within CST, except CST 350, with the semester in which you took or will take each. Bear in mind that credits at the 300-level should be divided between two or more departments or programs.
If you are taking or planning now to write a senior thesis (CST 395), briefly describe your likely topic. (Note that CST majors may now take up to 8 credits of CST 295 or CST 395 in addition to the 8 credits of CST 395 devoted to a senior thesis project.)
Please list below, with corresponding semesters, all courses NOT LISTED ABOVE that you took or plan to take that complete the 40 credits required for a major in Critical Social Thought.