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Two Clark Degrees. One Application.

Take advantage of a program for students who wish to earn both a Bachelor of Science degree and a master’s degree – with one application.

Applicants select their preferred degree programs:

Bachelor’s Programs Graduate Program Options
BS in Communication School of Professional Studies:

  • MS in Communication
  • Master of Public Administration
  • MS in Sports & Esports Administration

School of Management:

  • MS in Management
  • MS in Marketing (STEM)
BS in Public Administration School of Professional Studies:

  • Master of Public Administration
  • MS in Communication
BS in Cybersecurity (STEM) School of Professional Studies:

  • MS in Information Technology (STEM)
  • MS in Project Management (STEM)


Program Benefits

  • Upon admission to their chosen bachelor’s degree program, students receive a letter providing provisional admission to the selected master’s program with successful completion of their undergraduate degree.
  • Students receive both a Bachelor of Science degree from Clark University and their master’s degree.
  • Students may transfer up to 16 units of credit (1 course each) toward their 32-unit Undergraduate degrees.

Generous Scholarships for Both Degrees

Admitted students will receive guaranteed scholarships:

  • 20% scholarship during the SPS Undergraduate study

Alumni Scholarships for graduate study:

  • 30% scholarship for the SPS Master’s programs or
  • 50% for the School of Management Programs


  • Clark University bachelor’s degree completion programs are intended for applicants who have previous college experience, are pursuing a second credential, or who have participated in a Clark University Pathway program.
  • Students must achieve a GPA of 3.0 to be eligible to matriculate into the master’s programs

Application Requirements

  • Online application:
    Applicants to participating programs will be prompted to select a master’s program of interest
  • Personal statement
  • Resume
  • Letter of recommendation
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • College/University transcript(s) if student has taken undergraduate coursework
  • English proficiency exam scores (if required): TOEFL 85 (sub-score minimum of 20), IELTS 6.5 (sub-score minimum of 6.0), PTE 61 (sub-score minimum of of 55), Duolingo 120 (sub-score minimum of 100)

Students who do not meet English proficiency requirements, may be admitted to the English for Academic Success program before entering undergraduate study.

Contact Information

School of Professional Studies

Office Location
Office Hours
  • 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m., Monday – Thursday

  • 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Friday