Dual Degree Programs
A dual degree program is based on a formal agreement within one college/university or between separate colleges/universities. Students spend 2–3 years in each degree program. After completing all requirements for both programs (usually in 4-5 years) the student is awarded two degrees in one of the following combinations:
- Associate and bachelor' degrees (an associate degree from a community college and a bachelor's degree from a partner university).
- Dual bachelor degrees (one awarded from each of the partner institutions).
- Bachelor and masters degree (a bachelor's degree award from one institution and a master's degree awarded by a second institution).
- Dual graduate degrees (a combination of DDS, DO, MA, MD, MPP, MS, JD, MBA, MPH or PhD).
Newberry College has dual degree agreements with several institutions for the following bachelor's and master's programs: