Dual Degrees for Adult Students

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Adult Students: Are you interested in earning both your bachelor's and master's degree?

The dual degree program offered through CCU Online can help you complete both your bachelor's and master's degrees in less time, and also save you money! Plus, you have the option to complete both degrees 100% online.

How does it work? Start taking classes in your bachelor's degree program at CCU. After completing 60 credits, you may begin taking master's-level coursework available in your program. Graduate courses completed for your bachelor's degree will then apply toward your master's degree.

$5,000 Scholarship for CCU Alumni

Plus, if you earn your bachelor's degree at Colorado Christian University or any of our heritage institutions, you may qualify for our $5,000 Alumni Scholarship to earn your master's degree from CCU's College of Adult and Graduate Studies.

Complete both your Bachelor's and Master's Degrees

3 of 13 classes complete (23%)

3 of 13 classes complete (23%)

2 of 10 classes complete (20%)

3 of 13 classes complete (23%)

* The number of classes completed toward the master's degree upon completion of the related bachelor's degree. Some bachelor's degrees require students to choose qualifying graduate-level courses in order to meet the requirements for a dual degree program.

** If an M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling student needs a third semester of internship to meet program requirements, one additional class will need to be completed.


When can students start taking graduate-level programs in the bachelor's degree?

Students need a minimum of 60 earned credits (junior status) to take graduate courses.

Will students in a dual degree bachelor's program be guaranteed admission to the graduate program?

No, students must apply for admission to the graduate program and meet all admission requirements.

What tuition rate do students pay for the graduate-level courses within your bachelor's degree?

Students enrolled in a bachelor's degree program in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies will pay the graduate program tuition rate for the graduate-level courses. Visit our tuition website for details.

Does undergraduate financial aid cover the graduate courses in the bachelor's degree?

Yes, students can apply their undergraduate financial aid to all courses, including graduate-level, in their bachelor's degree.

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