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IPCR Academic Guide

The following links will provide IPCR students with important resources for planning their course of study. Students should meet with their advisor before planning and registering for courses.

For questions, contact:

Kristin Richards, IPCR Academic Advisor (202-885-1645)

Ashley Law, IPCR Coordinator (202-885-1622)

Program Requirements and Resources

Course Schedule: Fall 2014, Spring 2015

Advisement Worksheet: Academic Year 2014-2015

Concentrations in IPCR: IPCR Streams

IPCR Second Level Methods Courses: Master List

Two Year Cycle of IPCR Courses: Course Cycle

Fall 2014 Orientation: IPCR Strategic Advising Session

Registration FAQs: Spring 2015


Organizations in the Field of IPCR: Download Here

Please make sure to register your internship, even if it is not for credit. If you are registering an internship for credit, make sure to register for the accompanying internship course. For internship registration information, please click here.

SRP and Thesis Resources

Substantial Research Paper: Suggested Timeline for May Graduation

Substantial Research Paper: Guidelines (opt-in), updated 2012; Guidelines (opt-out), updated 2012

Institutional Review Board (IRB) and the SRP: Guide to Process

Thesis Templates from University Library: Click Here

Thesis Preparation and Requirements: Guide from Provost's Office

SIS Guidelines for Thesis Submission: Click Here

Human Subjects Research: Institutional Review Board (IRB)

Featured Student Research: SRP's and Theses

Dual Degrees 

MA IPCR/MAT with The School of Education, Teaching, and Health

MA IPCR/MTS with The Wesley Theological Seminary

JD/MA with The Washington College of Law