In the United States, a dual degree program is based on a formal agreement between one college or university and a partner institution. Students spend 2-3 years in each program and after completing the requirements for both programs, they are awarded two degrees. These programs are very competitive, and include rigorous academic requirements and application processes. Learn about some dual degree programs in the United States like BA/MA, MA/JD, and BA/MBA, typical admission and academic requirements for these specialized programs, and how to apply dual degrees in the real world.
Colin A. Wiggins is the International Admission Specialist at John Jay College of Criminal Justice/City University of New York. With a decade of experience in international education, Mr. Wiggins currently works with international undergraduate and graduate applicants through the entire admission process to John Jay College of Criminal Justice.