Dual Degree Programs

  • Dual Bachelor of Accountancy and Master of Accountancy (B.Accy./M.Accy.)
  • Dual Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Accountancy (and B.B.A./M.Accy.)
  • Dual Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Science in Information Systems Technology (B.B.A./M.S.I.S.T.)
  • Dual Bachelor of Business Administration and Master of Tourism Administration (B.B.A./M.T.A.)

B.Accy./M.Accy. and B.B.A./M.Accy.

Students in the dual program leading to the master of accountancy degree first pursue either the bachelor of accountancy or bachelor of business administration. They may apply for admission to the M.Accy. after completion of 75 credits toward the undergraduate degree and successful completion of the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). Please note that the GMAT can be waived with an undergrad GPA of at least 3.25. Students typically earn the B.Accy. or B.B.A. after four years and the M.Accy. at the end of the fifth year. The dual degree program requires 150 credits including 30 credits of graduate work.

B.B.A./M.S.I.S.T.

Students in the dual program leading to the master of science in information systems technology first pursue the B.B.A. with a concentration in information systems. Students pursue the regular B.B.A. curriculum in their first three years of study and are enrolled in courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels during the final two years. Students can apply for admission to the program when they apply for admission to the University (they must meet specified GPA and other requirements to remain in the program), or they may apply after earning 75 credits. Students typically earn the B.B.A. after four years and the M.S.I.S.T. at the end of the fifth year. Students who choose to discontinue the program at the end of four years may be required to take additional courses to complete requirements for the B.B.A.

B.B.A./M.T.A.

Students in the dual program leading to the master of tourism administration first pursue the bachelor of business administration with a concentration in sport, event, or hospitality management. Students pursue the regular B.B.A. curriculum in their first three years of study and are enrolled in courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels during the final two years. Students can apply for admission to the program when they apply for admission to the University (they must meet specified GPA and other requirements to remain in the program), or they may apply after earning 75 credits. Students applying to the B.B.A./M.T.A. dual degree program who have a 3.2 GPA after earning 75 credit hours are exempt from taking the GRE or GMAT exam.  Students typically earn the B.B.A. after four years and the M.T.A. at the end of the fifth year. Students who choose to discontinue the program at the end of four years may be required to take additional courses to complete requirements for the B.B.A.