Admissions - MA History

To qualify for admission to a graduate degree program, the applicant must have:

1.    A bachelor’s degree or its equivalent from a college of good standing.

2.    A general undergraduate average of 85 percent or B.

3.    A minimum of 18 undergraduate units or its equivalent in the field of History.

4.    Acceptable scores in the entrance tests administered by the Ateneo Center for Educational & Psychological Assessment (ACESS) in the Loyola Heights campus.

5.    An interview with the chair of the Department of History.

Applicants who fail to meet some of the above requirement may still be admitted on a non-degree basis.

Foreign students must also satisfy the requirements established by the Commission on Higher Education and the Bureau of Immigration and Deportation.

All graduate courses in History are offered at the Loyola Heights campus.  Most classes are offered in the late afternoon or early evening on weekdays or on Saturdays.