The university created combined-degree programs to provide academically talented students an opportunity to complete a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in a shorter period of time.
The program allows you to double-count graduate courses toward both degrees, thus reducing the time it would normally take to graduate by a semester or more. The combined-degree program reduces the cost of both degrees and enhances your marketability for career advancement. General information may be found at the following links:
Students who meet the combined-degree application requirements can enroll in 9 credit hours of approved graduate courses during their junior and senior years. These credits will satisfy undergraduate degree requirements and, if admitted to graduate school at UF, they also will satisfy graduate degree requirements if the courses are completed with grades of B or better.
- The Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering department offers a Combined BS/MS Degree Program (sometimes called a 4/1 program).
- Complete MAE 4/1 Program details.