Concurrent Admission

Concurrent admission status allows students who wish to begin taking graduate course work while completing their baccalaureate degree.

To be eligible for Concurrent Status the student:

  • Must be in their last semester of undergraduate enrollment
  • Must have 12 or fewer undergraduate credits to take
  • Must have an acceptable undergraduate grade point average
  • Cannot take more than 15 credits total (undergraduate or graduate).

Concurrent Status Application Form

Does your program offer an Accelerated Master's Degree Program?

The Accelerated Master's Degree Program (AMDP) allows students to reduce the total number of credits required to complete their undergraduate and graduate degrees by applying up to twelve 500 and 600-level credit hours toward their graduation requirements on both degree programs.  Generally, courses required on the undergraduate major may not be counted on the graduate program.   Click here to see all Accelerated Master's Degree Programs.

Additional Information

For additional information please visit the College of Graduate Studies




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