AU offers qualified students the opportunity to earn both undergraduate and graduate degrees, in a continuous plan of study, through accelerated bachelor's/master's programs.
The DHS combined bachelor's/master's program enables students who wish to continue their studies at the next academic level to earn a bachelor's degree in Health Promotion and an MS in Health Promotion Management in 5-years.
Health Promotion majors with a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher will be eligible to apply after they have earned 75 academic credits and before completing 90 credits. Students accepted in the combined bachelor's / master's program may share up to 12 credit hours of approved graduate-level coursework to satisfy the requirements of both degrees. Students are not required to take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) for acceptance in the program.
For more information, please see AU Catalog on Combined Bachelor's and Master's Degrees and contact: Dr. Stacey Snelling (Chair, Department of Health Studies; Director, Health Promotion Management) firstname.lastname@example.org