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The combined Bachelor's + Master's degree programs allow students to complete 12 graduate credit hours while still completing their undergraduate program. These three graduate level courses will count toward both the undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Each combined degree program has its own application process, which is usually completed during junior year. The graduate courses, taken during senior year, are paid for at the undergraduate tuition rate.
Peace, Justice & Conflict Studies (BA) suggests several options for combined programs. Consult the degree requirements as listed in the catalog under graduate degree programs/combined degrees. Some graduate programs are combinable with any DePaul bachelor's degree; others are limited. The programs that might be of interest to PJC majors would include the following:
- Peace, Justice & Conflict Studies (BA) + Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (MS) [available to PJC students only]
- Peace, Justice, & Conflict Studies (BA) + Women's and Gender Studies (MA)
- Peace, Justice & Conflict Studies (BA) + Sustainable Urban Development (MA)
- Peace, Justice & Conflict Studies (BA) + Sustainable Management (MS)
- Peace, Justice, & Conflict Studies (BA) + Critical Ethnic Studies (MA)
- Peace, Justice, & Conflict Studies (BA) + International Public Service (MS)
- Peace, Justice, & Conflict Studies (BA) + Nonprofit Leadership (MNM)
Peace, Justice & Conflict Studies students also have the opportunity to pursue many other combined programs in any college when these are open to all DePaul undergraduate majors, such as the combined programs offered by the College of Communication (e.g., Journalism; Communication and Media), the College of Business, and other College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences graduate programs.