Dual Degree Programs

Dual Degree Programs

Bachelor's + Master's Dual Degrees

CCU's College of Undergraduate Studies offers highly motivated students the opportunity to complete their bachelor's degree and master's degree in four or five years. Students who qualify for a dual degree program are immersed in an intensive academic plan, typically completing their bachelor's degree through the College of Undergraduate Studies with 9-12 earned graduate credits. Students then complete their master's degree coursework through the College of Adult and Graduate Studies. 

Students interested in a dual degree program must work with their academic advisor beginning in their first year to plan their course schedule and complete all prerequisites for the graduate courses within the first three years.

Academic scholarships for students enrolled in the Bachelor’s + Master's Dual Degree program can be used for up to a maximum of eight semesters or the completion of an undergraduate degree program, whichever occurs first, as long as the student maintains satisfactory academic progress (SAP) and is continuously enrolled in CCU's College of Undergraduate Studies.

Students are eligible for the Alumni Scholarship when starting their master's degree program.

Dual Degrees in the College of Undergraduate Studies


23% complete (9 of 39 credit hours)

31% complete (12 of 39 credit hours)





23% complete (9 of 39 credit hours)

* % of master's degree completed upon completion of the related bachelor's degree. See the academic catalog for more information on dual degree program requirements.



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After you complete your bachelor's degree in CCU's College of Undergraduate Studies, you will be eligible for CCU's the $5,000 Alumni Scholarship toward your CCU master's degree in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies.