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The Accelerated Master's Platform allows current OSU undergraduate students to take graduate classes and apply those credits to their current undergraduate degree and transfer them to a participating graduate program. Up to 12 graduate credits will count towards a bachelor's degree and transfer to a graduate program.

With careful planning, students could complete a master’s degree within 1 year of finishing their bachelor's degree.

How to apply »

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Frequently asked questions »

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Apply as a junior

Once you have completed 105 credits* you can apply to the Accelerated Masters. (*more for some programs)

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Take graduate level classes as a senior

In your senior year, you can take graduate level classes and have them count towards your undergraduate degree and also transfer up to 12 credits towards your master's.

3

Graduate and start your master's degree

Once you start your graduate degree you will have a jump start with your 12 transfer credits. Learn more on the apply page.