Current NJIT Undergraduate Students

Did you know you can start working on your Masters degree while still an undergraduate student at NJIT?

The BS/MS program option permits qualified NJIT undergraduate students to earn credits toward a graduate degree. Students can take six (6) credits of graduate course work in their senior year that may be counted towards both the bachelor and master's degree at NJIT. Other combinations of baccalaureate and master's degree programs are also available.

Students are encouraged to pursue graduate study immediately following the completion of the bachelor's degree. However, courses can be applied to both undergraduate and graduate degrees up to two (2) years after completing the bachelor's degree.

See more info and download the authorization forms from the Office of Graduate Studies website.

Meet some NJIT students who did the BS/MS program option

May 10, 2007
Leonardo Paludo, one of three Brazilian players named to the All-Academic team, transferred to NJIT after playing one year for a small college in North Carolina. It was a wise decision; for at... read more!
May 10, 2007
Eduardo Welter, one of three Brazilian volleyball players selected for the All-Academic team, is a definitive scholar athlete. He’s just a junior, but he has already won a host of academic... read more!

Benefits of the BS-MS program option

  • The Master’s degree can be completed soon after completion of the Bachelor’s degree, often in two semesters or less.
  • Tuition savings, valued at approximately $3,500 are produced by dual use of six (6) credits.
  • Opportunities exist to take up to nine (9) additional graduate credits while pursuing study at the undergraduate level.

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