Progressive Degree Program

USC’s Progressive Degree Program enables superior undergraduates to begin work on a master’s degree while completing requirements for the bachelor’s degree. Applicants to the program must have completed 64 units of course work and must submit their application prior to the completion of 96 units of course work. Applicants need not submit GRE scores, but are expected to have a minimum USC GPA of 3.0 at the time of application. The application for admission to a progressive degree program must be accompanied by an approved course plan proposal and two letters of recommendation. The requirements for both the bachelor’s and the master’s degrees must be satisfied, including a minimum of 128 undergraduate units. The Progressive Degree Program is not available to non-USC students.

Through the Keck School of Medicine of USC, Health Promotion and Global Health students can pursue the following graduate degrees:

 

Health Promotion and Global Health students may also be interested in:

Students who wish to pursue a progressive degree should contact their undergraduate major advisor to discuss the application process