Typically, earning a master's degree takes two years. But with Binghamton's accelerated degree programs, you can earn your master's degree with just one extra year of classes. You'll combine your bachelor's degree with a master's degree and finish both in five fast years.
Find your fit!
By choosing an accelerated degree program, you'll save a full year of tuition dollars. Plus, you'll pay undergraduate tuition rates for your graduate classes during your fourth (senior) year.
As a bonus, the region's low cost of living makes graduate studies at Binghamton University even more affordable.
Blaze from undergraduate to graduate studies, with the quality education you've come to expect. You'll keep connected with your friends and faculty, and you'll have the advantage of knowing your way around campus and town.
Amp up your earning power and take your resume to the next level. On average, a master's degree can earn you $10,000 more annually than a bachelor's degree. In some domains, the salary increase can mean an annual difference of $20,000.*
Plus, adding another level of education puts more jobs and opportunities within your reach.
Plan your coursework early and apply for an accelerated degree program.
*Based on information reported by the U.S. Census Bureau
Last Updated: 1/16/14