Dual Admission Program Application Deadlines for Fall 2015

  • Priority Deadline: February 1
  • Final Deadline: March 15

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Dual Admission

What is Dual Admission?

As a qualified student in the Dual Admission program, you're automatically reserved a seat in one of NSU's graduate or professional schools while you earn your bachelor's degree. In today's competitive world, that's like getting a head start on the rest of your life.

The Dual Admission Program was pioneered by NSU for a select group of highly motivated students who have maintained a laser focus on their career goals from an early age.

Who is Eligible to Apply?

Eligibility for Dual Admission is determined at the time students are accepted for admission into the undergraduate program. Each Dual Admission major is unique and has its own eligibility requirements. Only first-time freshmen are eligible to apply for Dual Admission programs in the health professions.

Below is a full list of Dual Admission programs. Click on the program details to learn about specific deadlines and interview requirements.

  • Business (MBA) with concentrations in:
    • Business Administration
    • Human Resource Management
    • International Business Administration
    • Leadership
    • Public Administration
  • Accounting
  • Education (M.S.) with concentrations in:
    • Education
    • Instructional Design and Diversity Education
    • Leadership

Applicants to one of the university’s Health Profession Dual Admission programs must complete an additional application and an interview. Interviews start in October.

  • Psychology with concentrations in:
    • Psychology (Clinically Based)
    • Psychology (Research Based)
    • Mental Health Counseling
    • School Psychology