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Undergraduates save time and money by transitioning into a UMass Lowell master’s program, and the process is seamless.
There is no need to take tests (except for education majors, who must take the MTEL), and there is no application process.
Tips for the smoothest transition are:
Students may be able to complete a bachelor’s-to-master’s program in as little as five years. In-state students can save as much as $5,000, while out-of-state/international students can save nearly $9,000, based on the 2019 per-credit costs of a UMass Lowell master’s program.
High achieving students may also be eligible for fellowships and other types of graduate school assistance.
For more information, visit Costs & Aid for Graduate Programs. Tuition and fees are set annually and are subject to change.
Many students have saved time and money by earning master’s degrees at UMass Lowell in their undergraduate field of study, or another field. Here are some of the popular pathways River Hawks have chosen to become double River Hawks. Contact us by clicking on the "Learn More" button on this page to explore these options, or other graduate program options, further.
Want a specific master’s degree, and unsure how to get there? Multiple undergraduate majors will readily track to many graduate programs, via a bachelor’s-to-master’s pathway. Do not hesitate to contact the graduate admissions office for assistance, by clicking on “Learn More” on this page.
Shannon Gray started earning her master's degree in Public Health with a focus on epidemiology as an undergraduate. Her internship with the Uxbridge Board of Health broadened her exposure to the role public health professionals play and strengthened her skills.