Seniors of exceptional ability in the undergraduate programs of the university who have the approval of the Dean of Collegiate Affairs and the Dean of Graduate Studies and Research may apply to enter the program. This would allow undergraduate students to enter graduate study before they complete their undergraduate programs.
Upon admission to the program, IGS students register as students in the School of Graduate Studies and are subject to the policies, rules, and regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. They may, however, continue to receive merit-based undergraduate scholarships and may continue to reside in undergraduate housing during what would normally be their senior year of undergraduate work. Additionally, students in the IGS program will pay Graduate Tuition Rates.
To learn more, explore the Application Requirements for the IGS program in the MA in Bioethics and Medical Humanities.