Accelerated master's degree programs
Accelerated Degree Programs (ADP) allow current Marquette University undergraduate students to continue on for a master's degree after completing their bachelor's degrees. ADP students take classes during their senior year that meet requirements for both their undergraduate and graduate degrees.
With proper planning, most can complete a master's degree in one additional academic year - saving significant time and money!
- Students should applying during their junior year of undergraduate studies.
- All ADP applicants must complete the online application, as well as submit supporting materials such as letters of recommendation, a resume, or a statement of purpose, as required by their program.
- The GRE is not required to apply.
Tuition and financial aid
- Students continue to pay the undergraduate tuition rate until they have graduated with their bachelor's degree.
- Some programs may be able to offer merit-based financial aid such as scholarships or assistantships to support students in their graduate-level year.
- Private scholarships may also be available.
- U.S. citizens and permanent residents may be eligible to apply for need-based federal aid (loans) to help fund their educational expenses as well.
- Applied Economics
- Biomedical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Clinical & Translational Rehabilitation Health Science
- Corporate Communication
- Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Human Resources
- International Affairs
- Languages, Literatures and Cultures (Spanish)
- Mechanical Engineering
- Political Science
- Speech-Language Pathology
Want to learn more?
Speak with your academic adviser or contact the Graduate School.