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Bachelor’s + Master’s Programs

Open more doors than ever before with our unique Bachelor’s + Master’s programs. Choose from a variety of five-year options to deepen your knowledge in one subject area and accelerate your education, or pursue one of our 4+2 dual-discipline programs to strengthen your marketability and secure your spot in competitive graduate cohorts. Bachelor’s + Master’s students who complete specific benchmarks during their chosen program as an undergraduate will have the opportunity to waive application fees, qualify for additional scholarships, and transition seamlessly into their graduate education.

Furthering your education while at Monmouth will expand your network, hone your skillset, and broaden your career opportunities after graduation. Projected job growth for master’s-level occupations is expected to grow 17% through 2026, with an average wage increase of $30,400 for master’s degree holders (BLS). To learn more about specific program requirements and course sequences, choose a link below.

Program Application Requirements

First Year Applicants:

  • Minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.25
  • Minimum combined critical reading, math, and writing SAT score of 1160
  • Meet regular standards for admission to the University
  • Applicants indicating interest in this program on their application for admission will receive notification of eligibility upon acceptance.

Incoming Transfer Students:

  • Minimum cumulative transfer GPA of 3.25, pending credit evaluation
  • Meet regular standards for admission to the University
  • Applicants indicating interest in this program on their application for admission will receive notification of eligibility after a credit evaluation confirms the ability to successfully complete the program-specific progression requirements.

Continuing/Current Students:

  • Currently enrolled students who were offered entry in the Five-Year Program at the time of admission may enroll by contacting Patrick Dorsey, Associate Director of Undergraduate Admission, at pdorsey@monmouth.edu.
  • Current students who did not meet the criteria as an incoming First-Year student and who are interested in pursuing a Five-Year Program are encouraged to meet with their advisor to discuss eligibility. Should enrollment be possible, your advisor will submit a form to the Registrar’s Office confirming your eligibility to enroll in the program. Please review the below progression requirements to determine if you may qualify.

Dual Undergraduate/Graduate Credits:

  • Depending on the program, you may take 3-9 credits of graduate courses during your senior year. The credits and earned grades in these courses will count towards completion of your undergraduate degree, appear on your undergraduate transcript, and count in your undergraduate GPA.
  • Graduate courses completed with a grade of B or higher will count towards completion of your graduate degree, appear on your graduate transcript, and count in your graduate GPA. Graduate courses completed with a grade lower than B will count towards your undergraduate degree but not your graduate degree programs.

See specific program pages for information on when you begin graduate coursework, as well as course, application, and progression requirements.

For more information about Monmouth University’s Five-Year Program, please contact the Undergraduate Admission Office at 732-571-3456.