Dual Degrees and Combined Programs

Students in the SENR Honors Program are able to pursue a dual degree, and are also eligible for the combined Bachelors/Masters Program:

Dual Degrees

Pursuing dual degrees as an honors student requires careful planning and attention to details.  In order to create two separate degree programs a student needs to be consulting both units early in the process.  There are university academic rules that need to be adhered to regarding overlapping course work between the two degree programs. Students interested in completing dual degrees begin the process by scheduling an appointment with an academic advisor by calling 614-292-2265.

Combined Bachelors/Masters Program

Students in the SENR Honors Program are eligible for the combined Bachelors/Masters program.  This rigorous program allows a student to complete both degrees at the same time.  In order to qualify a student is required to maintain a minimum 3.5 GPA.  Transition into the combined program typically occurs in the summer prior to the senior year. More information on the combined program can be found here.