Building a Foundation for Success
If you’re currently an undergraduate student, or you’ve yet to embark on your undergrad journey but you know that a master’s degree is in your future, the Graduate School at Creighton University has flexible and economical options that can help you achieve your degree goals more quickly and affordably.
Discover the Accelerated Bachelor’s to Master’s Degree Program
The Accelerated Bachelor’s to Master’s program is designed to enable qualified undergraduate students at Creighton to take graduate level coursework as part of their undergraduate curriculum. That’s right—there’s no need to wait for commencement to start your graduate school journey.
This accelerated degree pairing has lots of perks, including:
- Saving approximately $10,000, on average. By earning your master’s degree more quickly, you’ll pay less tuition and fees overall.
- Lowering the cost by applying undergraduate scholarships and need-based aid toward graduate courses until your bachelor’s degree is complete.
- Positioning yourself for a higher starting salary in competitive industries by earning a master’s degree before entering the workforce.
- Completing two degrees in less time than it would take to complete them each separately.
Learn more about the programs that qualify for this accelerated option and how you can apply today.
Get So Much More Than an Education
Whether you opt to study on campus, online or a combination of both, the Graduate School at Creighton provides access to the support of an engaged faculty, resources to empower you both academically and spiritually, and a community of like-minded scholars who want to make a positive change in themselves and their communities.
As a nationally ranked University, you’ll learn from expert instructors who’ll challenge you and get to know your strengths in order to give personalized guidance that can help you succeed. In addition, you’ll also be top of mind for participation in Creighton’s renowned research opportunities and other in-depth and immersive experiences in your field of study.