Admission requirements

To be eligible to apply to the Graduate Diploma Program you must:

  • Hold a bachelor’s degree (in any discipline) from a recognized university
  • Minimum B+ (6.0) average (77-79%) in the last two years (30 units) leading to the undergraduate degree.
  • Have completed an undergraduate statistics course and achieve a minimum grade of B within 10 years of the program entry date.
  • Undergo a criminal record check. See “Criminal Record Reviews” .

NOTE: you may be provisionally accepted into the program with the condition that you complete an undergraduate statistics course (minimum grade of B achieved) by Aug. 31st of the year of admission.

NOTE: No GRE examination is required for application to graduate programs in public health and social policy.

Application to the Graduate Diploma program will be competitively assessed based on 4 criteria:

  • GPA
  • Professional experience and community service
  • Letter of intent
  • References