B.A./M.E.D. 4+1 FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions
What happens once I’ve been accepted into the B.A./M.E.D. 4+1 program?
Once you are accepted into the 4+1 program, you will receive a follow-up email once your account status has been updated. This follow-up email will provide instructions regarding next steps, advising, etc.
When can I apply for a 4+1 program?
You can apply for a 4+1 program during your sophomore year, with the intention of beginning graduate coursework during the fall semester of your junior year.
How will my bill/tuition be affected through this program?
While you take graduate classes as a 4+1 student, you will receive the undergraduate tuition rate. Once you graduate with your bachelor’s degree and become a full-time graduate student, you will receive the graduate tuition rate for courses.
Can I receive financial aid as a graduate student?
Yes, you can receive financial aid as a graduate student. In general, once you have officially earned their bachelor’s degree and transition into your graduate degree, you are typically only eligible for federal unsubsidized student loans by submitting a FAFSA.
Any questions regarding the B.A./M.Ed. 4+1 program can be directed to Lexi Rudolph, Associate Director for Recruitment and Enrollment Management, at email@example.com.