The approval of the advisors of the two programs is required. The Office of Graduate Studies will direct the registrar on transfer of the two dual-use courses to the second program.
The MS-MS Program option is not intended for students who have left the doctoral programs without completion of the degree. Thesis, project, pre-doctoral research, independent research and similar courses may not be used.
Several other master's degree combinations involving the Master in Architecture, the Master in Infrastructure Planning and the Master in Management allow dual use of courses from the first degree to the second. The number of dual use credits for these combinations may exceed six (6) credits in accordance with specific program arrangements.
By working toward two degrees at the same time, you can have some graduate-level classes count towards your undergraduate degree.
That saves you time and money.
|Degree combination||Number of credits applied to both degrees|
|MS Mgmt-MBA||12 credits|