Grad School Advice

I’ll post a page over to the right, there, putting the following list of blog pages in a more permanently obvious and accessible location. But for now, here’s a guide to posts relevant to those seeking theological education and particularly those going on to academic careers:

“Seminary: Who Needs It?”

“Should You Write a Master’s Thesis?”

“Thinking about a Ph.D.?”

“Ph.D. Applicants: Don’t Apply Unless You Mean It”

Qualifications for Teaching at a Small, Christian College

“Oh, and by the Way, Your GRE Math Score Doesn’t Matter”

“More on the Math GRE for Ph.D. Students”

“Going for the Ph.D….Anyway (Part 1)”

“Going for the Ph.D….Anyway (Part 2)”

“Academic Jobs…and Other Higher Competitive Jobs: Who Is Your Competition Really?”

3 Responses to “Grad School Advice”

  1. Andy Rowell

    I should add that the article above is consistent with Professor Stackhouse’s advice. I just leave it here to supplement that advice.


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