Accelerated Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree Program
Become a Master. Faster.
In the ever-evolving space where technology and information meet, our Accelerated Five-Year B.S.+ M.S. Degree Program allows you to complete complementary bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in record time. From emerging media environments to human-computer interaction, informatics and computing professionals are in constant demand in this dynamic sector.
Get an extreme field advantage.
Employers are seeking graduates with the highest qualifications and skill sets to emerge as tomorrow’s technology leaders. With bachelor’s and a master’s degree in related specialities, you’ll be well-equipped for success in the computing and information technology fields, and in industries including health care, science, business, sports, and interactive media and design.
Earning a combined bachelor’s and master’s degree positions you for a higher starting salary and enhanced career opportunities.
B.S. in Biology
B.S. in Biomedical Informatics
B.S. in Health Information Management
B.S. in Health Science
B.S. in Informatics
- M.S. in Applied Data Science (includes specializations in Sports Analytics or User Experience Design)
- M.S. in Bioinformatics
- M.S. in Health Informatics
- M.S. in Human-Computer Interaction
- Master of Jurisprudence
B.S. in Media Arts and Science
B.S. in Nursing
B.S. in Sports Management
To pursue an accelerated Bachelor’s and Master’s degree, you must first apply and be accepted to IUPUI as an undergraduate student.
You’ll apply for the accelerated program in the sixth semester of your B.S. or when you have successfully completed your first five semesters—75 credit hours—with a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.25 or higher. The School of Informatics and Computing will waive all application fees.
Bachelor’s and master’s degrees are conferred independently.
If you have questions about eligibility or the application process, contact Elizabeth Cassell (firstname.lastname@example.org), Graduate Program Coordinator at the School of Informatics and Computing.