Combined Engineering Options
Combined programs offer well-qualified students the opportunity to start a Master's degree while still completing their Bachelor's degree, and allow for the crossing of disciplines. Students earn B.S. once all requirements for that degree are met, while still working to complete their M.S.
Students interested in pursuing one these programs must:
- Maintain at least a 3.2 cumulative GPA throughout the undergraduate course of study.
- Maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA throughout the graduate course of study.
- Take the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)* during their junior year, earning a score at least at the 50th percentile, and apply for admission to the program through the Office of Graduate Admissions.
- Complete a minimum of 100 credit hours, including the required Business Administration minor courses, prior to enrollment in Business graduate transition courses.
Students should review the undergraduate degree program sections for the recommended course of study and program requirements.
*The GMAT requirement may be waived by the Graduate Program Coordinator for exceptional students.
B.S. in Aerospace Engineering/ MBA
B.S. in Aerospace Engineering/MSHF
B.S. in Civil Engineering/ MBA
B.S. in Computer Engineering/ MBA
B.S. in Computer Science/ MBA
B.S. in Electrical Engineering/ MBA
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering/ MBA
B.S. in Software Engineering/ MBA