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Get Master’s Credit While Earning Your Bachelor’s

Our combined degree option is a great way to save time and money by allowing you to work toward two degree levels at the same time.

How it Works

If you’re an eligible student, enrolled in an eligible bachelor’s specialization, you’ll have the option to take master’s level courses and have the credits applied to both your bachelor’s and master’s degree requirements.

A combined degree option allows you to:

  • Save thousands in tuition compared to pursuing each degree separately.
  • Complete your master’s degree up to 6 months (2 quarters) sooner.
     


Available Bachelor’s/Master’s Options

+ BS in Information Technology

Combine BS programs below with Master's programs indicated: MBA = Master of Business Administration
MS = MS in Information Systems and Technology Management
General Information Technology MBA, MS
Health Information Technology MBA, MS
Information Assurance and Security MBA, MS
Project Management MBA, MS
Minor: Data Analytics MBA, MS
Minor: Data Management MBA, MS
Minor: Network Technology Cisco® MBA, MS
Minor: Network Technology Microsoft® MBA, MS
Minor: System Development Mobile MBA, MS
Minor: System Development Web Application MBA, MS

For more detailed information refer to the Capella University Catalog or email us.

+ BS in Psychology

Combine BS programs below with Master's programs indicated: MBA = Master of Business Administration
MS in Psychology
MS in Education or Higher Education
MS in Studies in Human Behavior
General Psychology MBA, MS

For more detailed information refer to the Capella University Catalog or email us.


Eligibility Requirements

The combined degree option is offered to students who have distinguished themselves academically. To qualify for a combined degree option, you must:

  • Be currently enrolled in a combined degree-eligible Capella bachelor’s program.
  • After you have completed 100 quarter credits of bachelor-level coursework and have earned a 3.0 GPA, you may enroll in one of the combined bachelor's/master's degree options.
  • Maintain at least a 3.0 GPA to remain in the combined degree option.