Hofstra University offers more than 100 dual degree programs.
Hofstra's dual degree programs allow you to earn both an undergraduate and graduate degree in less time than if each degree was pursued separately. This can save you the cost of one or more semesters of tuition. Be sure to consult the Hofstra University Bulletins for complete program descriptions and admission requirements.
Hofstra College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
English:B.A./English and American Literature: M.A.
Hofstra University 4+4 Combined Bachelor’s and M.D. Program:* B.A./M.D.; B.S./M.D.
Labor Studies: B.A./M.B.A.
Legal Education Accelerated Program (LEAP):* B.A./J.D.
Linguistics: B.A./Linguistics:Forensic Linguistics: M.A.
Mathematical Business Economics: B.S./M.B.A.; B.S./Finance: M.S.
Mathematical Economics: B.A./M.B.A.
Mathematics: B.A.; B.S./M.B.A.
Mathematics: B.A.; B.S./Finance: M.S.
Psychology: B.A./Rehabilitation Counseling: M.S.Ed.
Psychology: B.A./Secondary Special Education Generalist: M.S.Ed.
Urban Ecology: B.A./M.A.; B.S./M.S.
Frank G. Zarb School of Business
Management: B.B.A./Business Education: M.S.Ed.
Bachelor of Business Administration B.B.A./Master of Science M.S.
Accounting: B.B.A./Taxation: M.S.
Management: B.B.A./ Human Resources Management: M.S.
Marketing: B.B.A./Marketing Research: M.S.
Bachelor of Business Administration/Master of Business Administration
Combine your B.B.A. in:
Legal Studies in Business
Supply Chain Management
with an M.B.A. in:
Health Services Management
Sports and Entertainment Marketing
The Lawrence Herbert School of Communication
School of Education
Elementary Education (STEM-Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics): B.A./M.A.
Physical Education and Health: B.S./Health and Physical Education: M.S.
School of Engineering and Applied Science
Computer Science: B.A./M.S.; B.S./M.S.
School of Health Sciences and Human Services
Physician Assistant (PA) Studies Program:*B.S./M.S.
Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences: B.A./Speech-Language Pathology: M.A.
*This is a highly selective program open only to students who demonstrate superior high school achievement and academic aptitude, and who apply to Hofstra as first-year, full-time students.