Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment

The Dual Enrollment Option allows students in the BS – Business Management and the BS – Healthcare Administration and Management programs an opportunity for early admission into corresponding graduate programs.  Upon the completion and conferral of the undergraduate degree, students will work with an Enrollment Counselor once they are ready to begin the graduate degree.  To allow time for the undergraduate degree conferral, and the start of the graduate program, students should plan to take one full term off prior to starting their master's degree.   

Please note, starting Spring 2017, we are no longer accepting BS- Business Management dual enrollment. 

If you are accepted into the Dual Enrollment program then you are able to complete specific graduate-level classes in place of specific undergraduate major courses and apply the resulting credits to both your bachelor’s and master’s degree programs.  

To qualify, you must:

  • Complete a minimum of 12 upper division core (major) credits at CSU-Global before applying for Dual Enrollment
  • Have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 for all undergraduate transfer credits from previous institutions
  • Have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 for all undergraduate coursework completed at CSU-Global
  • Attain grades of B or higher in all major core courses

Dual Enrollment Options

  • B.S. - Healthcare Administration & Management > Master of Healthcare Administration and Management
Undergraduate courses to be replacedGraduate level course replacements
HCM345: Health Law and EthicsHCM515: Health Law and Ethics
HCM370: Quality and Risk Management in HealthcareHCM520: Quality and Performance Improvement in Healthcare
HCM450: Healthcare Information SystemsHCM570: Healthcare Information Systems

*Students should be aware that the cost of the graduate level classes will be graduate level tuition rates and the graduate level classes should be taken by themselves (as full time at the graduate level is 1 class per term/2 classes per trimester).

  • B.S. - Business Management > M.S. - Management (No longer accepting new students into this program starting Spring 2017)
Undergraduate courses to be replacedGraduate level course replacements
HRM400: Human Resource Development and ManagementORG502: Effective Organizations: Theory and Practice
MGT320: The Legal and Ethical Environment of BusinessHRM515: Legal and Human Resources dimensions of Business Management
ECN400: Managerial EconomicsECN500: Global Economics
FIN400: Analyzing Financial StatementsFIN500: Principles of Finance