The Double Dawgs program was created to give ambitious and motivated students a competitive advantage in today’s knowledge economy. By earning both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in five years or less, students can save time and money while positioning themselves for success after graduation.
12 credit hours will be counted for both the BS and MS for any student enrolled in the following Pathways:
A student wishing to pursue the dual degree must first submit an application to be admitted to the program pathway. Students should apply for the program pathway in Athena (Student>Double Dawgs Pathways) AND complete the Pathway application below to be considered. To be eligible, students must have completed 60 - 90 credit hours and have completed the following courses with a grade of C or better
|MATH 2250||Calculus I (Differential Calculus)|
|CSCI 1301||Introduction to Computing and Programming|
|CSCI 1302||Software Development|
|CSCI 1730||Systems Programming|
|CSCI/MATH 2610||Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science|
|CSCI 2670||Introduction to Theory of Computing|
|CSCI 2720||Data Structures|
|CSCI 3030||Computing, Ethics and Society|
In addition, the student must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher at the time of application
Acceptance to the pathway does not guarantee acceptance into the graduate program. For that, a separate application to the Graduate School is needed. It is recommended that students apply to the pathway in the spring semester of their third year and to the graduate program in their fourth year. Pathway applications are not considered complete until a student has submitted the Pathway application and applied to the program pathway in Athena.
For Pathway advising, see Graduate Coordinator, Dr. John Miller, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please fill the below form with your undergraduate advisor.
- March 20: Deadline for application to the Pathway Program to begin in summer/fall.
- October 20: Deadline for application to the Pathway Program to begin in spring.