LAKERS TOGETHER: ‘We can’t wait to meet you.’ One constant is our passion for teaching. Watch a faculty member talk about your learning experience.
Pursuing a combined degree program can reduce the cost and
total time required to complete both a bachelor's and a
The student-initiated combined degree program offers students the opportunity to combine undergraduate and graduate degree programs that meet their unique personal, academic, and career goals. Working with faculty advisors, students can combine degrees from different disciplines and tailor their own student-centered and goal-driven educational experience.
If interested, you should:
Each program includes a unique curriculum that allows a student to count up to 12 graduate credit hours toward both their undergraduate and graduate degree requirements. The undergraduate and graduate degree programs a student selects will determine the actual curriculum.
A plan of study is developed by the student and faculty advisors that satisfies all degree requirements. This plan will designate courses to be counted toward both the undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
General program requirements follow the Bachelor/Graduate Combined Degree Policy and include at a minimum:
Mark Luttenton, Ph.D., Program Director
318C DeVos Center
401 W. Fulton Street
"This opportunity appealed to me because it was a great way to try graduate courses and become acclimated to graduate level studies. It also allowed me to get a whole semester ahead into my graduate program which also saved me money in the process."