Students will normally apply to enter the program during their first or second year of doctoral or master’s studies. They will submit their applications during either of the two admissions cycles per year, including a letter of support from their advisor of record (PhD or master research supervisor).
Students will need to comply with the requirements of the Ethical AI portfolio program and demonstrate their ability to conduct an independent research project as part of their capstone experience. Students in the program will need to have and maintain a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. Students are normally restricted from entering the program beyond their second year within their graduate degree programs.
Students must submit the following three files when applying for admission to the Graduate Portfolio in Ethical AI:
1) Portfolio Application Form (name, EID, degree program, advisor, GPA, completed coursework with grades, plan of study for completing the Ethical AI Portfolio Program)
2) 250-500 word research statement
3) Approval Letter (or email) from Master’s/PhD faculty research supervisor
Students should normally submit their application at least two weeks before the first day of the fall and spring semesters.