Accelerated Bachelor’s-Master’s Program
Earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree at a faster pace.
The Accelerated Bachelor’s-Master’s program (ABM) allows you to count 12 graduate credit hours toward both your bachelor’s degree and a MALS degree. In addition to those double-counted courses, you’ll also complete 18 credit hours solely for the master’s degree.
- Interdisciplinary Methods (9 hours)
- Concentration (18 hours)
- Culminating Project (3 hours)
- At least 75 credit hours completed in your undergraduate program
- A GPA of at least 3.5
If you think you might qualify, contact MALS Director Michael Garval for more information.
How to Apply
- Meet with the MALS director during your junior year (or after 75 completed credit hours).
- Meet with your undergraduate program director and MALS director to plan your ABM track.
- Apply to MALS through the online graduate application.