Unconditional admission into the Master of Arts in Second Language Acquisition, Policy, and Culture program will be contingent on the following factors:
Applicants not meeting the criteria for unconditional admittance may be conditionally admitted, if space is available. These applicants will receive preference on the basis of GPA and the quality of application materials.
Foreign students may complete an intensive English course before being admitted to the graduate program.
The following admission materials must be submitted to the Graduate Studies office to be deemed eligible for graduate study at USI:
The following materials should be submitted to the World Languages and Cultures department:
Please email the letter of intent directly to the program director and request that letters of recommendation be emailed directly to the program director.
Applications are processed as they are received.
Conditionally admitted individuals can achieve unconditional status following 12 hours of coursework, if they hold a graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher.
All students admitted to the program failing to attain a graduate GPA of 3.0 after 12 credit hours will be academically dismissed from the program.