Five-year combined BA/MA degrees?
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06 Sep 2004 09:56 PDT
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I am doing research on five-year, combined Bachelor's and Master's Degree programs from US universities. While there are obviously quite a few of these (particularly in the science and engineering areas) I have been unable to find a straightforward, comprehensive listing of universities that offer such programs. Looking through the various print and online college guides, I can do searches on particular majors, and particular degrees, and even academic programs such as "3-2 engineering degrees", which give a combined BA/BS in five years. But I've come up dry on a listing of BA/MA and BS/MS programs. So, what I need is: a link to a comprehensive online list of American universities that offer five-year, combined Bachelor's and Master's degree programs in any area. With any luck, you'll be able to find such a list for me. If not, give me an idea of what sort of information IS available, and I might post a follow-up question in which I'll ask you to go out and compile such a list. (Note: I had posted this previously with a lower price, but having not had even a nibble, I'm beginning to think that this is somewhat tougher than I had figured. So, great Google researchers, who will try this now for $100?)
Re: Five-year combined BA/MA degrees?
Answered By: tox-ga on 02 Oct 2004 21:42 PDT
Hi there, After an extensive search and speaking to several academic counselors at different universities, I've reached the conclusion that there isn't a straightforward, comprehensive listing of universities that offer 5 year BA/MA BS/MS programs. However, I've found that through google search, I am able to find a great many number of these programs directly from the universities' websites. If you'd like I can compile a list of such programs for you. Below is a list of 25 such universities/programs in the format of: <University Name> - <brief description> <Website URL> -------------------------------------------------------------------- Northeastern University - Students may pursue either a BA/MA or a BS/MA in Public History. http://www.history.neu.edu/ugrad/5yearMasters.html University of California - The Five-Year Bachelor's-Master's Program in Computer Science and Engineering http://www.cs.ucsd.edu/gradedu/degreeprograms/bachelormasterscombined.html DePaul University - The Communication Department offers its majors a B.A./M.A. combined degree program to be completed in five years. www.communication.depaul.edu/degreeprograms/fiveyear/ Wesleyan University - BA/MA Program in Science http://www.wesleyan.edu/nsb/bamaprog.html University of Illinois - Bachelor of Science/Master of Science in Computer Science www.cs.uiuc.edu/education/undergrad/req_bsms.html University of Missouri-Columbia - Bachelor's/Master's Program at the Missouri School of Journalism. www.journalism.missouri.edu/publications/five-year/ Brandeis University - five-year bachelor?s/master?s program in Journalism www.brandeis.edu/departments/nejs/docs/FAQBA-MA.pdf Iona College - five-year bachelor?s/master?s program in Computer Science www.iona.edu/cs/undergradreqs.htm University of Massachusetts Boston - five-year BA and MA program is also available for eligible students interested in applied sociology http://www.umb.edu/academics/graduate/applied_sociology/related.html University of Louisville - The Department of Sociology offers a combined bachelor's/master's degree in sociology http://www.louisville.edu/a-s/soc/fiveyear.html University of Texas at Arlington - Earn both a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Psychology with Industrial/Organizational Emphasis in Five Years http://www.uta.edu/psychology/programs/BS_BA_and%20MS_Psychology_I_O_emphasis.htm George Washington University - Five-Year Bachelor of Arts (Computer Science)/Master of Science (Computer Science) http://www.cs.gwu.edu/academics/undergraduate/fiveyear/bscs-five-year-2002.html Lehigh University - B.A. degrees and the M.S. degrees in chemistry with a concentration in one of several fields of chemistry http://www.lehigh.edu/~inche/5_year_bs_ms_programs.htm University of North California - This program is designed for students in the B.A. or B.S. program in Mathematics at UNCW http://people.uncw.edu/karlof/Graduate%20program%20Webpage/5-Year_Program/ Long Island University - B.S./M.A. in Early Childhood Education/Childhood Education http://www.liu.edu/cwis/cwp/edu/undergrad/5_year.html University of Nevada - accelerated five-year combined BS/MS degree program in biotechnology http://www.ag.unr.edu/biot/Programs.htm University of San Francisco - Combined Five-Year Program for B.A./B.S. in any major/M.A. in Asia Pacific Studies http://artsci.usfca.edu/academics/graduate/asia/program.html Old Dominion University - accelerated BS/MS (Bachelor of Science/Master of Science) and BS/ME (Bachelor of Science/Master of Engineering) http://www.cee.odu.edu/cee/cee_undergrad_bsms.html University of Colorado - 5-year joint B.A./M.A. in Cognitive Psychology http://psych-www.colorado.edu/Graduate_Study/5yrprog.html Milwaukee School of Engineering - various BS/MS programs www.msoe.edu/ae/program/tracks/msevie20.pdf Saint John's University - bachelor and masters degrees in theology in approximately five years www.csbsju.edu/theology/ba-ma_5yr.htm University of California, Davis - The department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering offers a combined degree program mae.ucdavis.edu/programs/grad_studies/grd_masters.htm University at Buffalo - Bachelor of Science/Arts in Geology (5 Year Degree) www.geology.buffalo.edu/undergrad.html Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Five-year Bachelor/Master of Science in Human Factors and Systems http://www.erau.edu/db/degrees/b-humanfactors.html -------------------------------------------------------------------- I hope this has helped. If you would like a clarification on any part of the answer or would like me to compile a larger list, please let me know. Best regards, Tox-ga
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