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Dual Degree Programs

Graduate education at the University of Michigan is a shared enterprise. The Rackham Graduate School works together with faculty in the schools and colleges of the University to provide more than 180 graduate degree programs and to sustain a dynamic intellectual climate within which graduate students thrive.

Rackham students may pursue a course of study leading to degrees in two areas of specialization in the Graduate School or to a graduate and a professional degree.

Rackham dual degree programs have been established in the disciplines listed below. The integrated curriculum of these programs provides great breadth between the two disciplines.

Application instructions and degree requirement information are available through each program.

Dual Undergraduate/Graduate Programs

Refer to AMDP (Undergraduate Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Rackham Applied Statistics M.S.)

  • AMDP (Undergraduate and Rackham Bioinformatics M.S.)
  • AMDP (Undergraduate [specific LSA and COE] and Rackham Biophysics Master’s M.S.)
  • AMDP (Undergraduate [U-M or Tsinghua] and Rackham Landscape Architecture Master’s M.L.Arch.)
  • AMDP (Undergraduate [U-M or Tsinghua] and Rackham Environment and Sustainability Master’s M.S.)
  • AMDP (Undergraduate and Rackham Quantitative Finance and Risk Management Master’s M.S.)
  • CUGS (Undergraduate and Rackham LSA Master’s M.A./ M.S.)
  • CUGS (Undergraduate LSA and Rackham Media Arts Master’s M.A.)
  • CUGS (Undergraduate and Rackham Urban and Regional Planning Master’s M.U.P.)
  • SUGS (Undergraduate LSA and Rackham Psychology Master’s M.S.)
  • SUGS (Undergraduate Engineering and Rackham Engineering Master’s M.S./M.S.E.)
  • SUGS (Undergraduate LSA Science and Rackham Educational Studies Master’s M.A.)
  • SUGS (Undergraduate LSA and Rackham Chemistry Master’s M.S.) (Form)