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Bachelor's Plus Master's

Earn Two Degrees

The University of Dayton Bachelor's Plus Master's (BPM) Program encourages high-performing UD undergraduate students to continue their studies and complete a Master's degree at UD through one streamlined process.

At the School of Business Administration at UD, you can earn one of the following Master's along with your Bachelor's:

Some bachelor's and master's degree programs can be completed within a 5-year period, otherwise known as a 4+1 program.

  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) – may complete in four terms if all undergraduate business foundations are complete prior to starting
  • Master of Business Analytics (MBAN) – may complete in one year if starting in July*
  • Master of Finance (MFin) – may complete in one year if starting with Summer term
  • Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAcc) – may complete in one year if UG degree is in Accounting

*The MBAN curriculum is presented in 11-week quarters with the first term beginning in July.

Please see below to view instructions on how to apply to a graduate program's BPM application.

  • 1 More Year

    to earn your master's after your bachelor's for select programs

  • Save 30% Off

    or more per credit hour on your graduate tuition payments

  • 6 Credit Hours

    may go towards select master's degrees while pursuing your bachelor's

Graduate BPM Applications

Pursuing your Bachelor's Plus Master's (BPM) is a two-step process:

  1. Each School of Business Administration graduate program has unique BPM requirements. Use the Apply Now links below to view requirements and get started on applying to your selected graduate program's BPM.
  2. After you have been officially accepted into your selected graduate program's BPM, you will receive further instructions on how to apply to your selected graduate program; the second step of this process. 

School of Business Administration

Miriam Hall, Room 230
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2226


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