Graduate 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.

These degrees listed can be earned jointly with any one listed below it:


African Studies


Architectural Studies

Business Administration

Civil Engineering

Community Health

Computer Science

Food Science & Human Nutrition


Human Resources & Industrial Relations



Landscape Architecture


Library and Information Science, MS

Medical Scholars Program

Natural Resources & Environmental Sciences

Nutritional Science

Political Science

Public Health

Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies

Social Work

Urban Planning

Veterinary Medicine