Yes, you may transfer up to 15 credits from your previous school(s).
No, there are no exams required in order to be accepted into the multidisciplinary studies program.
Each student must create an academic advisory committee for his or her program consisting of a principal adviser (PA) and three additional graduate faculty advisers. Identification of a principal adviser and his or her consent to serve as PA is required for admission to Multidisciplinary Studies.
(International cohort students studying under the International Graduate Program for Educators program should contact the center's director for more information.)
It is the student's responsibility to initiate and maintain an effective relationship with the advisory committee. Students are encouraged to seek advisement frequently throughout their studies.
No, most multidisciplinary studies students are part-time students.
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