Accelerated Programs

Ready to jump-start your graduate education? TU’s accelerated bachelor’s to master’s programs let you save time and money while you push your learning to the next level.

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Accelerated Bachelor’s to Master’s Programs

If you are a high-achieving student with the discipline and drive to pursue graduate study, an accelerated program might be a good option for you. Accelerated bachelor’s to master’s programs allow you to begin your graduate education as an undergraduate, offering you the opportunity to save time and money while you advance your academic career.

  • Apply nine credits of graduate-level work towards both your undergraduate and graduate degrees (must earn a grade of B or better)
  • Enjoy individualized career advising from faculty mentors
  • Graduate with two degrees on a shortened timeline, prepared for professional advancement
  • Gain a competitive edge in your industry with advanced skills
  • Quickly immerse yourself in a field of study that you’re passionate about

Program Plans

Structured plans make it easy to move from a specific bachelor’s program to a predetermined, closely related master’s program. Structured plans have clearly defined course requirements, offering a well-defined transition between programs. See the complete list of undergraduate programs that offer a structured option and learn how to apply.

Individualized plans give you the freedom to choose. With the help of your adviser and a program director, you’ll design a course sequence that will allow you to transition from your bachelor’s program to a participating master’s program. Learn more and explore the application process. 

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Is an Accelerated Program Right for You?

Accelerated programs are designed for accomplished students with a track record of excellent academic performance. In order to be eligible for the initial screening process, you must have:

  • A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 – 3.25 (GPA requirement is set by each graduate program)
  • A minimum of 60 completed undergraduate credits (junior status)