Dual Undergraduate/Graduate Programs
A Dual Undergraduate-Graduate Degree Program is an institutionally approved program in which a DU undergraduate student begins taking classes toward a graduate degree program prior to earning a baccalaureate degree. Both degrees must be earned within five years of matriculation into the undergraduate degree program. Students pursuing a dual degree with a Juris Doctorate must earn both degrees within six years.
The programs may reduce a limited number of both undergraduate and graduate credit hours toward both degrees. A listing of Dual Undergraduate-Graduate Programs, including admission and program credit requirements, may be found in the University of Denver Graduate Bulletin.