The available dual-degree combinations are as follows:
B.S. in Biology/B.S. in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
B.S. in Chemistry/B.S. in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
B.S. in Computer Science/B.S. in Computer Engineering
B.S. in Computer Science/B.S. in Electrical Engineering
B.S. in Mathematics/B.S. in Civil Engineering
B.S. in Mathematics/B.S. in Computer Engineering
B.S. in Mathematics/B.S. in Electrical Engineering
B.S. in Mathematics/B.S. in Mechanical Engineering
B.S. in Physics/B.S. in Civil Engineering
B.S. in Physics/B.S. in Computer Engineering
B.S. in Physics/B.S. in Electrical Engineering
B.S. in Physics/B.S. in Mechanical Engineering
CAS and GLS students admitted to this track complete at least a quarter of required Master's degree credits while still undergraduates. In the graduate portion of this track, students receive a scholarship covering 50% of tuition and registration fees for one calendar year, during which time they can finish the remainder of the Master's degree.
Accelerated BA-MA Teacher Education Programs (CAS & Steinhardt)
Students in selected CAS majors (English, History, and Mathematics) can complete both their Bachelor's degree and a Master's degree in Teaching (grades 7 - 12) in just 5 years. In addition to saving money by completing the MA at an accelerated pace, students receive a generous scholarship toward the MA degree. The scholarship typically covers 30% of graduation tuition and may cover more depending on the program of study and availability of external funds.
Accelerated BA-MPA & BA-MUP Programs (CAS & Wagner)
CAS students begin coursework towards a Master of Public Administration (MPA) or Master of Urban Planning (MUP) from the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. Students may overlap up to 21 credits between their CAS Bachelor's degree and the Wagner MPA or MUP. This program combines the benefits of a broad liberal arts education at the undergraduate level with a professional education at the graduate level.