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WKU Joint Undergraduate-Master's Program (JUMP)



Joint Undergraduate-Master's Programs (JUMP) provide academically outstanding students the opportunity to complete both an undergraduate and graduate degree in approximately five years. Qualified students who have been admitted to a JUMP may complete a maximum of 18 graduate hours as an undergraduate student and count a maximum of 12 hours on both the undergraduate and graduate transcript as prescribed by the program. Students will apply to the Graduate School upon or before earning more than 18 graduate hours. Each JUMP has individualized admission criteria.

Contact the academic department for JUMP admission criteria and  information.  Current JUMP opportunities include: 

Program Contact
Accountancy Ms. Sheri Henson
Applied Economics Dr. Alex Lebidensky
Biology Dr. Carl Dick
Chemistry Dr. Bangbo Yan
Computer Science Dr. Xia Zhonghang
Engineering Technology Management Dr. Mark Doggett
Geoscience Dr. Jason Polk
Health Administration Dr. William Mkanta
Kinesiology Dr. Mark Schafer
Mathematics Dr. Ferhan Atici
Organizational Communication Dr. Blair Thompson
Organizational Leadership Dr. John Baker
Psychological Science Dr. Kelly Madole
Religious Studies Dr. Jeffrey Samuels
Sociology Dr. Amy Krull

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 Last Modified 1/9/18