• B.S. CE and M.S. CE
• B.S. ArchE and M.S. CE with ArchE Emphasis
• B.S. EnvE and M.S. EnvE
The program requires continuous enrollment through the completion of the B.S. and the M.S. degrees.
A Grad Track Pathway offers early provisional admission to the master’s degree program to exceptional undergraduate students and is designed for these students to earn coursework credit towards their master’s degree while completing their bachelor’s degree in the same discipline. This pathway is defined by a set of graduate-level courses (no more than nine credit hours) that apply towards the bachelor’s degree and then also towards the associated master’s degree.
Graduate coursework taken for undergraduate credit will be considered advanced level, will be included in the student’s undergraduate GPA, and will be assessed undergraduate tuition rates. Advanced level coursework includes any 5000- or 6000-level lecture courses approved for use in the pathway.
Graduate coursework taken for undergraduate credit as part of the pathway applies to the associated master’s degree when the student has completed the bachelor’s degree, has been admitted to the associated master’s degree program, and the Form 1 (Plan of Study) has been approved.
1 An example of an exception for undergraduates in Program A having a Grad Track Pathway in Program B, would be that students in undergraduate Program A would normally take classes in Program B to complete their degree, and also that students graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Program A would be admitted to the master’s in Program B with no requirement of leveling courses.
Contact Jeannie Werner, Graduate Student Assistant, 119 Butler-Carlton Hall, 1401 N. Pine St., Rolla, MO 65409-0030.