Combined Graduate Programs

Grand Valley State University combined degree programs offer students the opportunity to complete both an undergraduate and graduate degree, meeting their unique personal, academic, and career goals. Pursuing a combined degree program can reduce the cost and total time required to complete both degrees, since a number of credits taken at the bachelor's level and price can be counted towards a master's degree as well.

Combined B.S.E./M.S.E.

Students are prepared for engineering careers and leadership roles by way of B.S.E. and M.S.E. degree programs that integrate academic studies with hands-on learning and paid professional co-op experiences in engineering companies.

Articulated B.S.E. Interdisciplinary Engineering - Architectural Emphasis and Master of Architecture (at KCAD)

The articulation agreement established between GVSU and Kendall College of Art and Design (KCAD) at Ferris State University establishes a pathway for students to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (B.S.E.) majoring in Interdisciplinary Engineering – Architectural Emphasis from GVSU and a Master of Architecture (M.Arch.) from KCAD in one fewer year than would be possible without the articulation.

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