Accelerated Master's Degree Programs

A number of departments and programs provide opportunities for selected undergraduates to participate in Accelerated Master's Programs (AMPs). The AMP allows early admission to graduate studies with up to 9 concurrent credits double-counted toward the bachelor's and master's degrees. Consult the Graduate Catalogue or the appropriate Dean’s Office for information about these or other accelerated degree programs. This option is available for admission to the following graduate programs:

Accountancy

Animal Biosciences

Biochemistry

Biology

Biomedical Engineering

Biostatistics

Chemistry

Civil Engineering

Community Development and Applied Economics

Complex Systems and Data Science

Computer Science

Counseling

Curriculum and Instruction

Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

Electrical Engineering

English

Environmental Engineering

Food Systems

Greek and Latin

Historic Preservation

History

Materials Science

Mathematical Sciences

Mechanical Engineering

Medical Laboratory Science

Microbiology and Molecular Genetics

Middle Level Education

Natural Resources

Nursing

Nutrition and Food Sciences

Pharmacology

Physics

Psychology

Public Administration

Public Health

Secondary Education

Special Education

Statistics