The University offers dual-degree programs that allow students to earn a baccalaureate degree, plus a master's degree, in five years. Many combinations of degrees are possible.
Students interested in a dual- undergraduate/graduate degree program should contact their graduate school of interest as early in their undergraduate program as possible for advising and information on admission.
If you are accepted into a program, you may start coursework for the graduate program in your third or fourth year, depending on the program.
To be eligible for the dual undergraduate/graduate degree program, a student must satisfy all the standards for graduate admission. Students electing to pursue a dual- undergraduate/graduate degree program must follow the procedures required by both the undergraduate and graduate program departments.
There are currently dual-degree programs available in art history, business, computer science, education, engineering, geographic information systems, natural sciences, public policy and social work.
See the graduate degree programs page for a full list of dual-degree options and for information about flexible dual degrees.