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II. Prerequisites for Admission to the Doctoral Examination

 

In order to be admitted to the doctoral defense, a student must have:

 

1.     completed the academic obligations;

2.     presented a précis of his dissertation to the Dean and received approval for it;

3.     written, under the direction of a director and with the approval of a censor (second reader), a dissertation 150 to 400 pages long, that contributes effectively to the progress of the science of theology (cf. Sapientia christiana, art. 49 § 3; 72c);

4.     completely paid his academic fees.

 

N.B. Should serious doubts arise during this period about the real capacity of a student to bring doctoral studies to a successful conclusion, the Dean will convoke the Commission for the Doctorate (CPD)[1]

 



 

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