Combined-Admission Programs (CAPs) combine a bachelor’s degree with a graduate/professional degree in education, engineering, or medicine. Careers in education, engineering, and medicine are in high demand and can be vastly rewarding fields, but the path required to get there is often long and difficult. The University of Rochester’s CAPs—among just a few such programs in the country—can help you get there faster and achieve success along the way. These programs:
- Eliminate the graduate/professional school entrance exam requirement.
- Grant simultaneous admission to both the undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
- Give you a foot in the door through early involvement and access to exclusive events, mentoring, networking, and other outstanding opportunities.
Dual Degree Programs
Dual Degree at Eastman (DDE)
This program allows students to pursue both a Bachelor of Music at the Eastman School of Music and a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in any other major of their choice. The fact that Eastman is a school within the University of Rochester makes this exceptional opportunity possible.
Dual Degree in Nursing (DDN)
This program allows students to pursue both a Bachelor of Science in nursing and a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in any other major of their choice. This new partnership between the College and the School of Nursing offers a unique undergraduate experience and exceptional career preparation.