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A master's degree from Gannon University can provide you with a competitive edge as you enter the job market. Gannon has opportunities in a wide variety of academic areas to enable students to receive undergraduate and graduate degrees in less time and at a lower cost.
These programs may be referred to as Accelerated Master's Programs, Dual Degree Programs, 4+1 Programs, or Accelerated Degree Programs. No matter the name, you save two of your most precious resources - time and money.
Once accepted, you can:
Once enrolled as a graduate student, you may qualify for a discounted tuition rate if enrolling in an approved graduate program.
Accelerated programs allow graduate credits to double count-which means they can count toward both undergraduate and graduate degrees. The table below outlines the number of credits students can double count based on graduate program requirements. These are also the maximum number of graduate credits that can be completed during an undergraduate career.
*Some undergraduate programs may require more than 128 credits.
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Business Analytics, Strategic Communication, Computer and Information Science, Electrical Engineering, Embedded Software Engineering, Environmental Science and Management, Mechanical Engineering
Criminalistics, Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA), Master of Public Administration (MPA), Engineering Management, Sport and Exercise Science
Clinical Mental Health Counseling