School of Computing

The Combined Bachelor/Master Education Plan

The School of Computing allows students to count up to nine hours of graduate credit (600- and 800-level courses) toward both the bachelor's and master's degrees. Students participating in this program must have at least 90 semester hours (junior year) and a minimum grade-point ratio of 3.4.

Students must officially request participation in the combined bachelor's/master's program by completion of Form GS6 BS/MS, "Request for Combined Bachelor's/ Master's Education Plan", available on-line at  See Dr. Mark Smotherman for information about filling out this form and for the necessary approval.

Combined bachelor's/master's plan students are not eligible for graduate appointments for financial aid until their
bachelor's degrees have been awarded.