Earn your bachelor’s and master’s degree at the same time Regis University offers a number of programs that allow students to earn a graduate degree at a faster pace and with increased affordability. By applying up to four graduate courses toward your undergraduate degree* you can: Get an early start on the master’s portion of your education Reduce the overall credits required to complete both your bachelor’s and master’s degrees Reduce the overall credits required to complete both degrees Graduate at a faster pace Save on overall tuition costs Contact your academic advisor to learn more! Regis offers the following combined bachelor’s to master’s degrees: College of Computer & Information Sciences B.S. Computer Science, B.S. Computer Information Systems, and BS Information Technology programs can be combined into the following graduate degrees; • M.S. Data Science • M.S. Enterprise Systems Engineering • M.S. Information Assurance • M.S. Information Technology Management • M.S. Software Engineering B.S. Health Information Management program can be combined into the following graduate degree; • M.S. Health Informatics Anderson College of Business The following undergraduate business degrees can be combined with any specialized graduate business degree (MBA excluded); • B.S. Accounting • B.S. Business Administration • B.S. Business: Human Resource Management Specialization, Management Specialization, Marketing Specialization, Project Management Specialization • B.S. Economics • B.S. Finance • B.S. Human Resource Management • B.S. Marketing The MBA program requires professional work experience prior to admittance and can only be combined with the approval from your academic advisor and the appropriate professional work experience College of Contemporary Liberal Studies (Humanities, Social Sciences and Education) Bachelor of Applied Science with Management specialization and M.S. in Organization Leadership B.A. in Communication and M.A. with a specialization in Communication B.A. in Applied Psychology and M.A. in Counseling or M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy (additional admissions requirements apply for the Division and Counseling and Family Therapy graduate programs**). Requirements: Overall GPA of 3.0 in a major that aligns with desired master’s program Complete all foundation level classes Complete all pre-requisites for desired master’s degree Complete request with your academic advisor **Additional admissions requirements apply for the Division of Counseling and Family Therapy graduate programs. Financial aid funding will be at the undergraduate level until the bachelor’s degree is conferred. For more information about the combined bachelor’s to master’s options and to get started, speak with your Regis academic advisor today! *The number of graduate courses you may apply toward your undergraduate degree varies by program. Please consult your academic adviser for more information.