Dual undergraduate/graduate programs enable admitted undergraduate students to begin taking specified graduate courses during their senior year and count the coursework toward both the undergraduate and graduate degree.
The department offers the following dual degree programs, the last two in partnership with the J. Mack Robinson College of Business:
- B.S. in Computer Science/M.S. in Computer Science | sample course plan
- B.S. in Computer Science/M.S. in Health Administration (Health Informatics specialization) | sample course plan
- B.S. in Computer Science/M.S. in Computer Information Systems | sample course plan
Students must be formally accepted into the dual degree program by the participating departments and colleges to be able to take graduate courses as an undergraduate. Additionally, acceptance into the dual program does not constitute admission to the master’s program. Students must fulfill regular graduate admissions requirements and apply for the master’s program following college processes.
Refer to the College of Arts & Sciences Dual Degree Programs site to obtain information about how to apply for these programs.