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Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies
The University of Dayton offers individual interdisciplinary graduate programs designed by the student in cooperation with an advisor and representatives from the selected programs. Applicants must have an undergraduate degree with a general cumulative point average of 2.8 or above, and submit a formal written request for an individually designed interdisciplinary program to her or his faculty advisor and graduate committee.
The interdisciplinary program does not take the place of an established graduate program. It is a specific program drawn from several disciplines to meet a special need, frequently for job-related requirements. It must produce interrelated applications of specific disciplines and skills at the graduate level.
The degree will be either a Master of Arts or a Master of Science. The program should involve several disciplines.
For more information, please contact Danielle Poe, Ph.D., Director, Graduate Academic Affairs, College of Arts & Sciences.