- Bachelor of Arts / Juris Doctorate (for Honors students)
- B.A. in Applied Linguistics / M.A. in Applied Linguistics
- B.S. in Biology/ M.S. in Biology
- B.S in Biology/ M.S in Biology with a concentration in Medical Science
- B.S. in Biology/ M.S. in Nutrition
- B.S. in Chemistry/M.S. in Chemistry
- B.S. in Computer Science / M.S. in Computer Science
- B.A. in English / M.A. in English
- B.A. in Geosciences/M.S. in Geosciences
- B.S. in Geosciences/M.S. in Geosciences
- B.A. in History / M.A. in History
- B.A. in History / Master of Historic Preservation (M.H.P.)
- B.S. in Math / M.S. in Math
- B.S. in Math/ M.S. in Statistics
- B.S. in Neurosciences/M.S. in Neurosciences
- B.A. in Political Science / M.A. in Political Science
- B.A. in Religious Studies / M.A. in Religious Studies
- B.A. in Sociology / M.A. in Sociology
- B.A. in Sociology/M.A. in Gerontology (currently not accepting students)
B.A. and M.A. in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Apply for a Dual Degree
Students seeking to apply for a dual undergraduate/graduate program should carefully review the program requirements on this site and in the Undergraduate Catalog. Click here for additional information about the dual degree admissions process.
If interested in the B.S in Biology / M.S in Biology with a concentration in Medical Science, please click here for important information regarding admission.
Taking Graduate-Level Courses
Students accepted into dual undergraduate/graduate programs must work with the program graduate director each term to develop a plan for taking graduate courses during their senior year (or earlier for specific programs).
Undergraduate students accepted into dual degree opportunities must complete this form to self-register in graduate-level courses. No more than 12 graduate course credits or four graduate courses taken as an undergraduate student will be used at the undergraduate or graduate level, depending on your program’s requirements.