To be admitted to the Interdisciplinary Studies program you must meet the following minimum admission requirements:
- An 80% average in the last 60 credit units of academic work
- A four-year Bachelors degree from a recognized university (if applying to the Masters program)
- A Master's degree from a recognized university (if applying to the PhD progarm)
- Proof of language proficiency in accordance with the policies of the College of Graduate Studies and Research (if applicable)
Applicants are expected to have the breadth in academic background necessary to undertake the proposed program. They are required to provide strong motivation for the program, evidence of ability to work independently, and an academically credible rationale for the proposed interdisciplinary research.