Accelerated Degree Programs (4+1)
Diversify Your Career Choices by Combining Your Undergraduate Degree with a Graduate Degree
In as little as one year beyond your undergraduate degree, you can enhance your career opportunities by earning a graduate degree.
How Does it Work?
The accelerated degree programs allow a select group of students to apply for graduate programs in their junior year. If granted provisional acceptance, you may take graduate-level courses during the final year of your undergraduate program. Because some undergraduate courses are waived under an accelerated degree program, you’ll be able to complete both the undergraduate and graduate degrees in only one additional year.
Accounting B.S. and M.S. (4+1)
Earn a B.S. and M.S. in accounting and prepare for a career in public accounting, industry or government, or for further study at the Ph.D. level in preparation for an academic career.
Economics B.S. and M.A./M.S. (4+1)
Complete a B.S. in economics as well as your master’s of arts or sciences in economics, earning both your undergraduate and graduate degrees in five years.
Engineering and MBA (4+1)
Expand your career options by complementing an undergraduate degree in engineering with the business skills of an MBA.
Finance B.S. and M.S. (4+1)
Prepare to enter the complex financial services industry with the in-depth knowledge of both a B.S. and M.S. degree in finance.
Hospitality Business Management B.S. and MBA (4+1)
Combine a bachelor’s degree in hotel, restaurant and institutional management (HRIM) or hospitality industry management (HSIM) with an MBA for advanced business preparation.
Mathematics & Economics B.S. and Economics M.A./M.S. (4+1)
Pursue a B.S. in mathematics and economics (double major) plus an M.A. or M.S. in economics, and graduate with both degrees and a deep understanding of economics rooted in mathematics.