Once you have graduated, it can be hard to face the world outside college, look for a job or even imagine yourself as an employable person. The first step you need to take is write a resume that can increase your chances of getting hired. This can be a little intimidating at first, since what you are basically asked to do is to squeeze your life experience in a couple of pages. Whether you already have a CV or nothing at all to start working with, there's no need to panic: it's still easy to write a resume once you know what information recruiters expect to find in it and how they should be listed and phrased.
A student who satisfactorily passes the written qualifying examination may proceed with the oral qualifying examination, which will focus on the dissertation proposal. The oral examination is conducted before the Oral Qualifying Examination Committee, consisting of five faculty members, one of whom must be from outside the ESGP. The oral examination may be attempted only twice. If the oral qualifying exam is failed twice, the student will be redirected to the . degree or terminated from the program. The written and oral comprehensive examinations will normally be taken at the end of the second year of graduate study and before the start of the third year.