The joint bachelor’s/master’s program is designed for the University’s highly motivated, academically talented and qualified undergraduates. Students are expected to perform at a graduate level, which demands academic rigor, maturity and excellent communication skills.
Applicants should be undergraduates at the junior level with a minimum 3.30 cumulative GPA. Qualified students are encouraged to contact the Office of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education for more information.
- M.S. in administration of justice (5 years)
- M.A. in applied behavior analysis (5 years)
- MBA: Master of Business Administration (5 years)
- M.S. in health care administration and management (5 years)
- M.A. in holistic counseling (6 years)
- M.A. in holistic leadership (5 years)
- M.A. in humanities (5 years)
- M.A. in international relations (5 years)
- M.S. in management (5 years)
- M.S. in management, concentration in nonprofit management (5 years)
- M.A. in rehabilitation counseling (5.5 years)
To apply, students must submit the following to the graduate admission office:
- Graduate application
- Personal statement: Essay of 1-2 pages discussing his/her interest in pursuing a graduate degree program.
- Two letters of recommendation from faculty members, which may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for the recommendation form.
- Please note: The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) and the application fee are waived for joint bachelor’s/master’s degree applicants.