Dual degree programs are an exclusive opportunity for graduates of some ACE programs to earn a second master’s degree in a shorter timespan than their first.
|If you graduated from ACE with an…||you could earn this dual degree…||by taking…|
|M.Ed. in Educational Leadership||M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction||16 credits|
|M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction||M.Ed. in Elementary Education||19 credits|
|M.Ed. in Elementary Education||M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction||19 credits|
|M.Ed. in STEM Education||M.Ed. in Integrated Curriculum||22 credits|
|M.Ed. in Integrated Curriculum||M.Ed. in STEM Education||22 credits|
|M.S. in Organizational Leadership||M.B.A in Social Impact||16 credits|
|MB.A. in Social Impact||M.S. in Organizational Leadership||13 credits|
Because some of the coursework you completed in your first program also satisfies the coursework in your second program, you only need to take the courses that remain (including the capstone experience) to earn a dual degree.
To earn a dual degree, follow these steps:
Once you’ve graduated from your first program, apply for admission to the second degree program using the standard admission process. As an ACE graduate, your application fee gets credited back to you.
Fulfill the requirements of your second degree (refer to the Catalog for full details). Be sure to claim your Continuing Education Grant to reduce your tuition by $750.
Once your coursework is complete, apply for graduation. You're on your way to a second master's degree!