Most first year Humanities graduate students are not allowed to teach; rather, students are expected to focus on course work. This is especially true of students in our intensive one-year master's programs. Students in our M.A. programs who are interested in pursuing teaching opportunities after completing their degrees should see our Professional Development pages for information about University resources they may find helpful.
Doctoral students are strongly encouraged to seek a range of teaching experiences during their graduate career both within the University and in area institutions. This page lists University positions available to Humanities doctoral students, as well as links to assist you in exploring teaching opportunities off campus. As you consider your teaching options at the University, also bear in mind the training opportunities and resources available to you.