Through a joint degree program, you can earn two degrees in less time (and at less cost) than it would take to pursue them separately.
ACPHS offers three B.S./M.S. joint degree programs - each of which can be completed in just five years:
- B.S. and M.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences
- B.S. in Biomedical Technology and M.S. in Clinical Laboratory Sciences
- B.S. in Biomedical Technology and M.S. in Cytotechnology and Molecular Cytology
- B.S. in Microbiology and M.S. in Molecular Biosciences
Students enrolled in the ACPHS B.S. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, B.S. in Public Health, B.S. in Health and Human Outcomes and Pharm.D. programs can also pursue a joint degree M.B.A. in Healthcare Management from Clarkson University.
In addition to these programs, ACPHS has affiliations with other colleges and universities in the region that allows students to take coursework at both schools and graduate with an additional degree in areas such as law, business, or physician assistant studies.
With the job market becoming increasingly competitive for all careers, having two degrees could be the difference in helping you land your first job, shortening the time to a Ph.D. or other advanced degree, or getting that coveted promotion.
If you've ever thought about some day getting a graduate degree, why delay it? Now is the time.