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Accelerated Degrees

BS/MS Accelerated Degree (BS/MS)

Allows students to complete both a bachelor's degree and a master's degree along with two Co-ops within the traditional five years.

The BS/MS accelerated degree program:

  • Allows students to complete both a bachelor's degree and a master's degree along with two Co-ops within the traditional five years
  • Integrates the practical work experience of a Drexel undergraduate education with the credentials of a graduate degree
  • Combines any of CCI's BS and MS degree programs

For admissions requirements, please visit Drexel's Undergraduate Admissions section.

NOTE: Due to the course sequencing, it is highly unlikely transfer students will be able to complete this program's requirements within the 5 year deadline. Contact your academic advisor for more details.

For complete information on the BS/MS accelerated degree program, please visit Drexel's Undergraduate Admissions section. Please refer to Drexel's Undergraduate Catalog for course requirements and descriptions. To find out when courses are offered, please visit Drexel's Term Master Schedule.

BS/MS Accelerated Degree in Computer Science

The B.S./M.S. in Computer Science allows students to complete both a bachelor's degree and a master's degree along with two co-ops within the traditional five years. The program integrates the practical work experience of a Drexel undergraduate education with the credentials of a graduate degree. For more information about this accelerated degree option, please click here.

For complete information on the BS/MS in Computer Science accelerated degree program, please visit Drexel's Undergraduate Admissions section. Please refer to Drexel's Undergraduate Catalog for course requirements and descriptions. To find out when courses are offered, please visit Drexel's Term Master Schedule.

BS/MBA Information Systems (BSIS/MBA)

Provides the skills and knowledge needed to design, create, manage, and effectively use modern information systems, combined with a master of business administration earned through Drexel's LeBow College of Business.

The BSIS/MBA degree addresses a growing need for information professionals to use computers and technology to get things done. Information Systems specialists provide innovative computing solutions to companies, non-profit organizations and the government to help them access the information they need easily and efficiently. BSIS students learn how to interact with people and businesses to understand their needs and translate them into effective systems and technology to improve efficiency.  Information Professionals with an MBA will be prepared to handle technology related issues in the business workforce.

Competition, marketing, finance, accounting, control, personnel, purchasing, service operations, and long-term strategic planning are traditional business practices that are now being applied in the information world.

Individuals holding a BSIS/MBA degree are better equipped to manage the effects of information policy and security on business practices and organizations.

BSIS/MBA students move into other areas including marketing, HR, HRIS, general management roles - often inside tech-based companies.

For complete information on the BSIS/MBA accelerated degree program, please visit Drexel's Undergraduate Admissions section

 

BS/MBA Information Technology (BSIT/MBA)

Focuses on IT infrastructure and services, networking technology, server technology, and systems analysis, combined with a master of business administration earned through Drexel's LeBow College of Business.

The BSIT/MBA degree addresses a growing need for individuals to develop hands-on expertise to help troubleshoot computer problems and support people using technology. 

Information Technology professionals are problem solvers: experts in complex technologies and hardware that are being used by people and organizations. BSIT students work with such technologies as servers, telecommunications and websites, learning the skills to solve, support, troubleshoot and design.  Information Technology professionals with an MBA will be prepared to handle technology problems.

Competition, marketing, finance, accounting, control, personnel, purchasing, service operations, and long-term strategic planning are traditional business practices that are now being applied in the information world.

Typical jobs held include: Consultant, Business Analyst, IT Analyst, Project Manager, Business Process Analyst, ERP Manager (SAP or Oracle type Apps) and Functional Analyst.

For complete information on the BSIT/MBA accelerated degree program, please visit Drexel's Undergraduate Admissions section.

 

BS/JD Accelerated Degree Program

Enables academically qualified Information Systems and Information Technology students to earn both a bachelor's and juris doctor degree concurrently.

The Accelerated BS/JD Program enables academically qualified Information Systems and Information Technology students to earn both a bachelor's and juris doctor degree concurrently -- thus graduating sooner than they would in traditional bachelor's and JD programs.

CCI students participate in the seven-year (4+3) option, which includes one six-month co-op.

For complete information on the BS/JD accelerated degree program, please visit Drexel's Undergraduate Admissions section.