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Dual Degrees

Earn your Master’s faster! Take your career potential to the next level with one of Cedar Crest’s dual bachelor’s/master’s degree programs. You can earn your Master of Business Administration or Master of Education with as little as one additional year of coursework.*


Enhance a business degree or blend passion for another field with valuable business acumen by earning a Master of Business Administration with one additional year of coursework.

Dual Degrees offered with undergraduate programs in:

Business Administration
Performing Arts


To complete a dual degree MBA, students in majors other than Business and Accounting, must fulfill the requirements for a business minor,* complete an MBA application, and submit GMAT scores by the end of their junior year. Students will need to begin their coursework in the MBA summer term that starts in May of their graduating year and complete nine credits (three classes) per term for the next four terms. 

Business Administration Minor Program Requirements

Students must take at least half of the 18 credits of course work in the Department of Business, Management, and Economics at Cedar Crest College. Total Credits: 18

Course Requirements:

Plus two of the following:

All courses within the minor must be passed with a grade of C or better.

*Business and accounting majors need to be making satisfactory academic progress in their major, a business minor is not required for these students.


A nationwide shortage of qualified teachers has created high demand for educators with advanced degrees. Cedar Crest’s undergraduate and graduate education programs have a proven track record of job placement success.

Dual Degrees offered with undergraduate programs in:

Early Childhood Education
Secondary Education*


To complete a dual-degree M.Ed., students must complete an application in the first semester of the junior year including two letters of recommendation and a two-page essay describing why they wish to obtain their master’s degree in Education. Upon acceptance, students will begin M.Ed. coursework in the second semester of their junior year. Some summer coursework will be required.*

*Area of concentration can effect total program length. It’s important to discuss your plans with an academic advisor.


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