Cohort Size

Our programs don't always set strict cohort limits since the more important factor is the ratio of instructional staff to students, and we often have the ability to add more teaching resources to a cohort if there's a larger student body coming in.

I would add, though, that as a cohort size reaches an upper general limit, it becomes harder to get into that specific class. It's possible that you might end up in the following cohort if you're accepted. We always encourage people to apply earlier rather than later if they have a specific cohort in mind to reduce the potential risk of getting locked out, which does happen.