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The School of Arts and Sciences offers a BA/MA program that enables students to complete requirements for both the Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Master of Arts degrees in Criminal Justice in five years. Undergraduates seeking admission to the dual degree program must have a minimum overall GPA of 3.0 and are eligible to apply in the spring semester of the junior year (the deadline for applications is March 1st). To apply for admission, candidates must submit the following materials to the Admissions Office:
Following review of all application materials, admission to the dual degree program will require the approval of the Graduate Program Director, the Division Head of Mathematics and the Sciences and the Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences. Accepted students will be permitted to take no more than six credits of graduate course work during the senior year of undergraduate study. These six graduate credits will be charged at the undergraduate tuition rate.
Specific graduate program requirements can be found in the Holy Family University Graduate Studies Catalog. Additional information can be provided by the student’s academic advisor or by the Graduate Program Director.