Integrated Degree Programs
Integrated degree programs enable students to earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in a single continuous degree plan. Through the application of course waivers to common course requirements and the reservation of coursework for graduate credit, integrated degree programs are designed to be completed in less time and at a lower cost than is required to complete the two associated degree programs independently. Integrated degree program arrangements are designed to support the University’s student success goals, and they are attentive to timely undergraduate degree conferral. Students enrolled in an integrated degree program are expected to complete requirements for the bachelor’s degree within four years as a milestone toward earning the master’s degree. Degree candidates must be registered during the semester in which a degree is to be awarded. Integrated degree students who are ineligible to receive the bachelor’s degree at the end of four years must apply for the degree as soon as they are eligible and no later than the date specified in the official academic calendar.
|Accounting||BBA and MPA|
|Biomedical Engineering||BSBiomedE and MSE|
|Computer Science||BSCompSci and MSCompSci|
|Computer Science and Information Studies||BSCompSci and MSIS|
|Computer Science and Computational Science, Engineering, and Mathematics||BSCompSci and MSCSEM|
|Electrical Engineering||BSEE and MSE|
|Mechanical Engineering||BSME and MSE|
|Women's and Gender Studies||BA and MA|
Integrated programs moved to new page fall 2020.