Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's Program Policy

Approved by the University Graduate Committee, February 25, 2009
Revised by the University Graduate Committee, October 23, 2013

In the 2014-15 Academic Catalog, the Integrated Bachelor's/Master's Program became the Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's Program.

Northern Arizona University's accelerated bachelor and master’s degree program provides the opportunity for outstanding undergraduates working on completing their bachelors’ degree to simultaneously begin work on a master’s degree. 

Typically, a bachelor's degree requires four years to complete, and a master’s degree requires an additional two years. However, the accelerated degree program allows you the opportunity to complete a graduate program in an accelerated manner. 

We offer accelerated bachelor and master’s degree programs in the following areas.  Please link to the program pages and contact the department for more information. 

Hosting Dept

 

Undergraduate Degree

 

Graduate Degree

 

Business, W.A. Franke College of     BS AccountancyMaster of Business Administration - Accounting Emphasis (MBA)
Criminology and
Criminal Justice
BS Criminal JusticeMaster of Applied Criminology (MS)
 
Educational Specialties BS Ed Career and Technical EducationMaster of Education in Career and Technical Education (MEd)
Engineering     BSE Civil Engineering
BSE Computer Science
BSE Electrical Engineering
BSE Environmental Engineering
BSE Mechanical Engineering     
Master of Engineering (MEng)

MS Engineering (MSE)
 
ForestryBS Forestry Master of Forestry (MF) 
Geography, Planning
and Recreation
BS Geography,
BS Geography (Extended)
BS Parks and Recreation
Management
BS Public Planning,
BS Public 
Planning (Extended)
BS Geographic Science and
Community Planning
MS Applied Geospatial Sciences 
Psychology     BA Psychology    MA Psychology 

Click here for more information about the programs.

Policy and Requirements for Accelerated Bachelor and Master’s Degree Programs 

Please view the Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's Program Policy in the Academic Catalog for more information.

For Additional Information, see:

Accelerated Programs description in the NAU Academic Catalog
Student Guide to Accelerated Programs
Advisor Guide to Accelerated Programs