Bachelors and accelerated masters in sport and recreation studies in George mason university
Qualified undergraduates may be admitted to a Bachelor's/Accelerated Master's program and obtain both a Bachelor's degree in any area and an MS in Sport and Recreation Studies within an accelerated time frame. Students meeting the qualifications listed below may be admitted to this program following completion of 90 undergraduate credits. They may then take 12 graduate credits within their senior year (i.e., six credits will partially satisfy requirements of both the Bachelor's degree and the MS in Sport and Recreation Studies; six credits will be completed as reserve graduate credit toward the Master's only). If students earn at least 3.0 in these classes, they are granted advanced standing in the master's program and, upon completion of the bachelor's degree, must then take an additional 18 credits to earn the master's degree.
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