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A Program of Work is a list of courses required to complete a particular degree. The Graduate School has an official system which tracks Program of Work completion for students. However, this system lacks some helpful details about courses, so EDP has created Program of Work documents for students to use for course advising and tracking.  

When you start your program in EDP, both you and your faculty advisor are given access to a digital folder in UT Box (UT's online filing system) to house your Program of Work document. This folder should also house approved course waivers and other documents related to the Program of Work. It is your responsibility to keep your Program of Work document updated. Be sure to update it each semester, as your advisor must review it during course advising each semester. 

Who will need access to your Program of Work

When you start your program, your faculty advisor will have been added to your Program of Work folder in UT Box. If your advisor changes, be sure to notify the Graduate Coordinator so that the permission on your folder can be changed as well. 

Updating your Program of Work

Make sure that all approved waiver forms have been uploaded to your UT Box Program of Work folder. If any are missing, contact the EDP Graduate Coordinator. 

Update your Program of Work at the end of each semester, as your faculty advisor will need to review it during course advising.

Note: The Program of Work document housed in UT Box is not an official UT document. It is a guide used to help students track their progress through the program and for advising purposes.

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