Joint Degree, Dual Degree and
Five-Year Dual Licensure Programs
Bachelor of Science/Master of Science in Criminal Justice
Joint Degree Program
Bridgewater State University offers a joint degree program. This program leads to both a BS and a MS degree in criminal justice. Qualified criminal justice majors who have competitive GPAs and have earned 84 credits but not more than 105 may apply to the joint degree program. Acceptance enables these students to take a combination of undergraduate and graduate courses beginning in their senior year. Students admitted into the joint degree program must complete all of the requirements for the Bachelor of Science and the Master of Science in criminal justice programs in order to receive both degrees simultaneously. This program is Quinn Bill-approved. For more information, click here.
BSE in Elementary Education (1-6) and MEd in Special Education (Moderate Disabilities PreK-8)
Five-Year Dual Licensure Program
The Dual License Program is a joint program between the Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education and the Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders. The Dual License Program is a 5-year, 157 credit program that leads to both a BSE in Elementary Education with Initial License in Elementary Education and an MEd in Special Education with endorsement for Initial License as a Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities (PreK-8). For more information, click here.
Last Modified: June 9, 2011