Combined Degree Program (BSMS) for Ohio State undergraduates
Combined Degree Program (BSMS) Ohio State undergraduates
Current Ohio State undergraduate students are eligible to combine Bachelor and Master credits if they have at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA in all previous college work, including transfer credit, and have completed at least 90 undergraduate semester credit hours prior to the combined degree admission semester.
Students can count up to 12 credit hours in ECE toward the Bachelor's degree and Master's degree as long as the courses are 5000 level.
- Students need to be admitted to the Combined Degree Program (BSMS) before the courses are taken.
- Students will pay the higher graduate student tuition rate in the term(s) they are in the combined degree program. Beginning in the admission semester, the higher tuition is applied to all credits not just the combined credits.
- Students enroll on the undergraduate record. After graduating with the Bachelor's degree, the Student Services Manager at the Graduate School initiates the process to add the combined credits to the graduate record.
- The MS Graduate Program Coordinator can contact Registration Services, Graduate School, with questions about the application status or about applying the credits to the graduate record. Please contact your ECE MS Coordinator if you need assistance.