Applicants to the PBDID program must hold a baccalaureate degree from a recognized post-secondary education institution.
If the potential applicant does not have a degree, but believes that his or her education and experience is equivalent to an undergraduate degree, then it is the responsibility of the applicant to put forward this position in writing as part of the application process.
Some students may have completed graduate-level course work at other post-secondary institutions that is applicable to the PBDID program.
After being admitted to the PBDID program, students may request a review of such course work. A faculty committee will review the work to determine whether the student should be awarded advance standing or transfer credit in the PBDID program.
See Course Regulations and Procedures for more information.
There are minimum English Language Proficiency Requirements allowed for admission to a graduate program at Athabasca University. It is the student's responsibility to ensure they meet the minimum requirements.
Information effective Sept. 1, 2017 to Aug. 31, 2018.
Updated February 28 2018 by laurab