Bachelor's To Master's Program

Get the most out of your time at Concordia by earning your bachelor's and master's in just five years. Combine your efforts as an undergrad student to earn a master's degree that will help you save time and money while being equipped for more prestigious career opportunities.

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Five Years. Two Degrees. More Possibilities.

By earning both your bachelor's and master's degrees within five years, you'll have more career options available to you immediately.

Earn More

Full-time workers with master's degrees make an estimated $12,000 more per year than those with bachelor's degrees*. That's an increase of $480,000 for your lifetime earnings over a 40-year career.

Use Financial Aid

You could save nearly $5,000 by completing credit hours toward your master's during your final year as an undergrad at Concordia.

Find Jobs

Employment in master's level occupations is expected to grow nearly 17% by 2026*.

*According to the U.S. Department of Labor

BTM Application Process

  1. Express interest in applying for an approved Bachelor’s-to-Master’s (BTM) program and contact applicable graduate program director for the BTM Manual.
  2. Applicable graduate program director will provide you with the BTM Manual that includes the related academic policy, procedure for enrollment, application and Bachelor’s to Master’s registration form.
  3. Finish the application to the BTM program and submit it to the applicable Graduate Program Director.

BTM Program Contacts

M.A., School Counseling

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Jessica Brashear

Master of Arts in School Counseling Professor

Department of Education
402-643-7455 Thom Leadership Education Center 202D


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Dr. Erica Lamm

Associate Professor of Communication, MBA Program Director, Assistant Director of Forensics

Department of English, Communication and Theatre Arts
402-643-7473 Jesse Hall 224


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Dr. Tirizia York

Adjunct Instructor

Paul & Mary Ann Koehler Department of Business


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Jonathon Moberly

Dean of the College of Business

Paul & Mary Ann Koehler Department of Business
402-643-7430 Dunklau Center 148

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