If you ever wanted to know what it’s like to be behind a real lecture podium and instruct a room full of undergrads with flair and panache, this is your opportunity! American PhD School’s experienced instructors will teach you basic lecturing and office-houring in a real-looking classroom.
Your instructor will explain and demonstrate the PhD lesson. After that you will go behind the podium and start lecturing and musing aloud like your favorite PhD!
Learn how to grade, lecture, chair a committee, hire grad students, guide dissertations, and dress dowdily at the American PhD School simulated classroom. Experienced instructors will show you the fine art of professorizing and give you insight into the basics of being a superior sort. During the two-hour course, you’ll also learn the basics of book reviewing and curriculum design.
You get all this and more:
Directory of all world PhDs
Detailed information on how to set up and stock your home library
Demonstration and instruction on how to use professor’s tools and equipment
Learn how to read, write, and research like a pro
Learn how to make exotic theories, invent specialty sub-disciplines, and throw stylish parties
Learn fun ways to garnish, rim, and fail graduate students like a master
Get advice on choosing the correct and latest eyewear and laptops
Q. How much do PhDs earn?
A. A PhD is worth about $17k per year. 2009 Salary = $52,484 + $2,941 (Years of Experience) + $16,880(PhD) + $11,108 (Manager). It’s a tough call. You will end making more on average, but the job market is a ton thinner because an experienced non-PhD candidate has been earning experience while you were in school.
Q. Do you use real students in the PhD school?
A. No all the students are simulated to look and sound like the real thing. During the PhD class you’ll be amazed at how real the students look.
Q. If you don’t use real students, how do you know how the classroom will smell?
A. All ingredients are measured. Measuring ensures consistency.
Q. What happens if I can’t learn it all in 1 or 2 weeks?
A. Don’t worry. You can stay as long as you like, at no additional charge. We want you to be totally confident in your PhD skills. You can take extra classes and practice free.
Q. How soon can I get a job after graduation?
A. It depends on your motivation. Some students are out interviewing for jobs while attending class and have jobs lined up before they finish the class.
Q. Do I need a license to be a PhD?
A. No you don’t need a license. Some cities require PhDs to complete an Acronym Awareness class. You’ll receive this certification at the completion of training.
Q. Do I need to be certified?
A. Your diploma from American PhD School will certify that you have been fully trained and tested in every phase of PhD-ing. This is the only certification necessary for you to start working as a PhD.
Q. What is the difference between a PhD and mixologist?
A. Many PhDs don’t know why they do things when being a professor. They simply are following a recipe. A mixologist is a PhD who understands why specific things are done or not done to make great tasting theories. This knowledge allows a mixologist to perfect great new theories and sub-sub-disciplines.