Joint Degree Programs

Joint degree programs allow students to pursue two graduate degrees simultaneously, where the total time for the two degrees is decreased. A student who wishes to enter a joint degree program must be admitted separately to each program as a joint degree candidate. Find out more about joint degree programs at the Graduate College.
The degrees listed can be earned jointly with any one listed below it:
 

African Studies, MA

Architecture, M.Arch.

Business Administration, MBA

Chemistry, M.S.

Civil Engineering, M.S.

Community Health, Ph.D.
Computer Science, M.C.S.
Food Science & Human Nutrition, PhD and Public Health, MPH
History, M.A.
Human Development & Family Studies, PhD and Public Health, MPH
Human Resources & Industrial Relations, MHRIR and Law, JD
Human Resources & Industrial Relations, MHRIR and Business Administration, MBA
Journalism, M.S.
Kinesiology, Ph.D.
Landscape Architecture, M.L.A.
Law, J.D.

Law, JD and Human Resources & Industrial Relations, MHRIR

Library and Information Science, M.S.
Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, M.S.
Nutritional Science, PhD and Public Health, MPH
Political Science, M.A. with Civic Leadership Concentration
Political Science, Ph.D.
Public Health, MPH and Human Development & Family Studies, PhD
Public Health, MPH and Food Science & Human Nutrition, PhD
Public Health, MPH and Nutritional Science, PhD
Public Health, MPH
Public Health, MPH and Social Work, PhD
Russian, East European, and Eurasian, M.A.
Social Work, MSW and Social Work, PhD
Social Work, PhD and Social Work, MSW
Social Work, PhD and Public Health, MPH
Urban Planning, M.U.P.
Veterinary Medicine, D.V.M.
  • Public Health, M.P.H (at University of Illinois at Chicago)