Category Archives: DQE

DQE in Retrospect (A Student Perspective)

Written by Eric Vanden Eykel Offering advice for the DQE process is difficult, as each person will undoubtedly approach the process differently. As I have reflected on the time I spent preparing for my own DQEs, as well as on … Continue reading

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DQE Information Session

The following were some points given by Dr. M. Therese Lysaught on February 3, 2011. — Forms DQE Topics Have a sense of where your coursework is taking you for your DQE Meet with professors to narrow your questions Topics … Continue reading

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A Reflection on the Doctoral Qualifying Exam at Marquette

 Written by Brian Sigmon When I was asked to write a short reflection on my DQE experience for this blog, I began by writing a brief overview of how I approached preparation for the Doctoral Qualifying Exam.  I quickly realized, … Continue reading

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The DQE Experience [A Perspective]

Written by Anne M. Carpenter Doctoral Qualifying Exams are like snowflakes: every one is different. The topics follow the same general lines, but their particulars are always unique to the student involved. Every bibliography is distinct. That is why finding … Continue reading

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