To qualify for regular admission to the master's-degree programs governed by the School
of Graduate Studies, the student must meet the following minimum academic standards in
addition to fulfilling the general admission requirements as listed in the Official Bulletin of
- Hold a four-year baccalaureate degree from an accredited American university or
senior college, or its equivalent from a comparable institution outside the U.S.
- Demonstrate adequate undergraduate preparation in the proposed field of graduate
study and in general education.
- Indicate ability to handle master's-level work in the language of instruction.
- Show evidence of ability to carry advanced study as listed below.
Minimum GPA for Admission
Satisfy one of the criteria below:
- Have an overall GPA of at least 2.60 in undergraduate courses.
- Have a GPA of at least 2.75 on last 50% of undergraduate courses.
- Have a graduate GPA of at least 3.50 on 8 credits or more earned
in courses graded A-F.
- Hold a previous master's degree.
History of the program, admission standards, finance details, and more — these are what you will find in the IDP Student Handbook. The link provided above is for the most recent version which was produced in 2011.