Fast track your way to a master's degree and enter your career early. Regis' Combined Bachelor's/Master's Degree options allows undergraduate students to take graduate-level classes and earn both a bachelor's and master's degree in less time than usual.


  1. Take up to three courses for graduate credit while completing your bachelor’s degree. 1
  2. No extra cost—your current undergraduate tuition remains unchanged while taking graduate classes as an undergraduate.
    • Note: once accepted into the program you will pay the cost per credit of the program.
  3. Graduate courses count toward both degrees.
  4. GRE is waived if you have a 3.0 or higher undergraduate GPA
    (must be within 12 months of graduation.)
  5. Students enrolled in the Three-Year Bachelor's Degree program (beginning fall 2020) can choose to add an optional 4th-year of study and earn a combined bachelor's and master's degree in as little as four years.
  6. Good academic standing with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher is required.
  1. Eligible students can begin taking graduate-level courses beginning their second-semester junior year. The intent to pursue form should be filled out no sooner than the beginning of junior year and only after meeting with an academic advisor.


Fast-Track Course List Table

Fast Track Requirements

Interested students must complete the Intention to Pursue Combined Bachelor's/Master's Degree Program Form prior to enrolling in the first graduate-level course. The form requires signatures from your faculty advisor, graduate program director, and the Office of Graduate Admission.

Students must also complete the Approval for Graduate-Level Course Form and submit it to the Center for Student Services for each desired graduate course registration.

These programs do not require any additional application to continue after graduation as long as the graduate courses are completed with acceptable grades and the Intention to Pursue Combined Bachelor's/Master's Degree Program Form is submitted.

If you are a graduating senior who has not taken a graduate course as an undergraduate, you are still eligible to continue in a fast track to master's program provided that you have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and the intention form is completed.

Additional Program Options

Undergraduate students may also choose to take graduate-level courses in certain programs. These programs take longer than one additional year to complete. Interested students must submit the Intention to Pursue Combined Bachelor's/Master's Degree Program Form to be considered, please contact the Office of Graduate Admission for more information.

In order to continue in these programs after graduation, students must submit a completed admission application including transcripts, resume, personal statement, recommendations, and interview.