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Concurrent and Articulated Degree Programs

Both the concurrent and articulated degree programs have the potential of allowing the student to acquire two degrees in less time than normally required if the courses of instruction are taken in sequence. The aim of these programs is to provide an integrated curriculum of greater breadth between the two disciplines. They differ in that concurrent programs are designed to allow a specified amount of credit to apply towards both degrees, while articulated programs do not allow any credit overlap.

Applicants interested in MBA concurrent programs should complete the application of the John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management. Supporting materials (transcripts, test scores, statement of purpose, etc.) should be sent to both the MBA program and the concurrent degree program.

Applicants interested in Public Health programs in conjunction with African Area Studies, and the School of Medicine should contact the School of Public Health only after admission and registration in the other area. For further information, see the UCLA General Catalog.

Applicants interested in concurrent degree programs should request a bulletin of information and a departmental application for admission from each school or department of interest. Be sure to comply with all appropriate application deadlines.

When selecting a concurrent or articulated degree program on the online application, scroll down past the individual majors for a list of the concurrent degree programs.

For admission to the DDS, JD and MD degree programs, please contact the respective schools for information and application procedures.

 

Concurrent Degree Programs

African Studies, MA - Public Health, MPH*

Afro American Studies, MA - Law, JD

American Indian Studies, MA - Law, JD 

Architecture, MArch - Urban and Regional Planning, MURP

Asian American Studies, MA - Public Health, MPH

Asian American Studies, MA - Social Welfare, MSW

Islamic Studies, MA - Public Health, MPH 

Latin American Studies, MA - Urban and Regional Planning, MURP 

Management, MBA - Urban and Regional Planning, MURP

Management, MBA - Computer Science, MS

Management, MBA - Latin American Studies, MA 

Management, MBA - Law, JD 

Management, MBA - Library and Information Science, MLIS 

Management, MBA - Medicine, MD

Management, MBA - Nursing, MSN 

Management, MBA - Public Health, MPH

Management, MBA - Public Policy, MPP 

Philosophy, PhD - Law, JD

Public Health, MPH - Public Policy, MPP

Public Health, MPH - Urban and Regional Planning, MURP

Public Policy, MPP - Law, JD

Public Policy, MPP - Social Welfare, MSW

Social Welfare, MSW - Law, JD

Social Welfare, MSW - Public Health, MPH

Urban and Regional Planning, MURP - Law, JD 

Articulated Degree Programs

Latin American Studies, MA - Education, MEd**

Latin American Studies, MA - Library and Information Science, MLIS 

Latin American Studies, MA - Public Health, MPH

Medicine, MD - Any Graduate Division Major, PhD

Oral Biology, MS - Dentistry, DDS 

Oral Biology, MS - Dentistry, Certificate

Oral Biology, PhD - Dentistry, Certificate 

Oral Biology, PhD - Dentistry, DDS

 

All supporting materials (transcripts, test scores, statement of purpose, etc.) should be sent to BOTH departments or schools.

† Applicants to degree programs in the John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management should not complete the UCLA Application for Graduate Admissions. Application information for programs in the Anderson School may be obtained by contacting the appropriate office as given in this listing.

* Please contact the School of Public Health Student Affairs Office after admission and registration in African Studies.

* * The Department of Education is not accepting applications to this program for 2011-2012.