Combined Degree

In light of possible continued testing difficulties amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the UF Graduate School temporarily adjusted the GMAT and GRE testing policy. Through Fall of 2021, a GMAT or GRE score is waived for applicants to one of Warrington’s Specialized Master’s programs. Please contact the program administrators for updated application requirements and to check space availability.

Save time and money, while becoming more competitive in the job market, with a combined bachelor’s/master’s degree.


Bachelor’s/Master’s Degree open only to current University of Florida undergraduate business students.

Time Benefits

Students admitted to the combined option can double count up to 12 graduate credits toward the bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Students may be able to earn the master’s degree in as little as one semester after earning the bachelor’s degree.

Cost Benefits

Most undergraduate scholarships (including Bright Futures) and Florida Prepaid will cover a portion of your graduate tuition while you are still an undergraduate. Students must compensate for the difference between the undergraduate and graduate tuition.

Example* of savings for a student who double counted 12 credits and received Florida Bright Futures (Florida Academic Scholar rate) Scholarship:

  • $2556 savings for 12 undergraduate credits (12 X $213) not taken because they were substituted with graduate business courses (based on Fall 2019 tuition).
  • $2556 savings by applying Florida Bright Futures to 12 graduate credits (12 X $213)

*For illustration purposes only. Florida Bright Futures scholarship rates vary by level and eligibility.

Double Counting Courses

Students wishing to double count graduate courses to both their bachelor’s and master’s degrees may use graduate courses to substitute for undergraduate major requirements, restricted elective requirements and general elective (e.g. 3000 level or above) requirements, with the approval of their undergraduate department.

Approved substitutions for business majors and combined policies