Specialized degree programs
Specialized degree programs have unique elements compared to regular UVic degree programs. They also have unique admission and registration requirements.
Individual interdisciplinary (INTD) programs
An individual interdisciplinary (INTD) degree program allows you to create your own academic program by combining interests in different fields of study.
Working with co-supervisors in at least two different academic units, you follow an individual program tailored to your own interests and designed in consultation with your supervisory committee. Or you may undertake interdisplinary studies as part of a regular existing program that is interdisciplinary in nature. Learn more about individual interdisciplinary (INTD) degree programs.
Jointly-supervised individual PhD program
This type of degree program is different from other doctoral degrees at UVic because:
- it is co-supervised by faculty members at two different universities
- the academic program is specific to you and is outlined in a memorandum of agreement
Learn more about the jointly-supervised individual PhD program.
Double degrees at UVic
UVic offers a number of double degrees at the graduate level as well as some which combine undergraduate/graduate degrees. Learn more about double degrees at UVic.
Double and joint degrees with other institutions
- Joint degree - you study at at least two different institutions and receive a single degree certificate issued by all of the institutions.
- Double degree - you study at at least two different institutions and receive a separate degree certificate from each of the institutions.
Graduate programs by special arrangement (SPARR)
If you want to pursue research in an area that has not been formally approved as a graduate degree program at UVic, it's possible to get a unique proposal approved by "special arrangement." Learn more about graduate programs by special arrangement (SPARR).