Start Your Master’s Degree as an Undergraduate
Are you thinking about a master’s degree in business, public policy, or technology? Save time and up to $6,000 by applying for a 4+1 program before starting your senior year at Cal Lutheran!
Attend an Info Session
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Thursday, Feb. 20, 2020
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Take up to three graduate courses during your senior year
Admission is based on having senior status at Cal Lutheran and a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Complete your undergraduate degree requirements
Earn your B.A. or B.S. and walk the stage at Commencement
Continue your graduate program courses as a full-time student
Complete your degree in as little as one additional year – and save more than $6,000!
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
An MBA puts you in control of your career path by giving you a grounding in core business skills. Choose from six professional tracks to focus on your area of interest. Attend classes on-campus, online, or both.
MBA or M.S. in Financial Planning
15 courses (MBA), 12 courses (MS)
These programs are among the country's most intensive and comprehensive master-level programs for financial planning. Attend classes fully online.
M.S. in Information Technology (MSIT)
Employment growth for this program is projected at 30% through 2020. Our program balances both business and technology elements, preparing you to work and lead within the IT field.
Master of Public Policy and Administration (MPPA)
Meet and exceed the evolving demands of the public, private, and nonprofit sectors with your MPPA. You'll blend practice and theory in a highly respected, practical, and flexible program of study.
M.S. in Quantitative Economics
In our M.S. in Quantitative Economics program, you’ll be exposed to more econometrics, financial economics and theory than most master’s programs, and be a practicing economist in one year.
Contact Us to Learn More
If you're interested in a 4+1 program, let us put together a personalized plan for you. Fill out this form to hear from our Graduate Admission office.
What Students Have to Say
I would tell someone interested in the 4+1 program to do it. It is scary and hard, but it creates an opportunity to make yourself different than others. Also, now as everyone in my class is graduating a lot of people have told me they wish they had known about this program because they would have done it.
4+1 Student, MBA
Alexander Cervelli '19, MBA '20
The 4+1 program is very flexible and since I was able to take graduate level classes as an undergraduate student, it sped up the timeframe of obtaining my MBA. The class options the MBA program offers, including weekend and online courses, made it easier to progress in the program even when work became more demanding.
4+1 Student, MBA