Bachelor’s to Master’s Programs
As the job market for recent college graduates becomes increasingly more competitive, Plymouth State is offering accelerated and affordable options to move directly into a graduate program after earning your bachelor’s degree.
While this full-time program has been set up for current PSU students who will be completing their bachelor’s degree in May of each year, it is also open to anyone who wishes to complete the MBA program through an intensive face-to-face format on campus. Learn More.
Most classes will be delivered in-person through small classes on our Plymouth, NH campus. You will travel through the courses together, allowing for a personal and friendly learning environment, where you will work closely with our experienced faculty who offer a wide array of business expertise.
Learn more about the MBA 4+1 program by attending an Information Session or contacting the Graduate Admissions Office at 603-535-2237 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Current PSU students who are on track to complete their undergraduate program in the spring of each year, can take up to 6 credits that can count as electives toward their bachelor’s degree and as graduate credit toward the MBA program. For these 6 credits, tuition will be assessed at the undergraduate rate and UG financial aid can be used if applicable.
For more information, please contact the Graduate Admissions Office by emailing email@example.com or call 603-535-2237.
This 42-credit full-time program is for PSU graduates who have completed their bachelor’s degree in a teacher certification program or related educational field and are interested in working effectively in today’s inclusive classrooms or related fields. Courses are taught using a hybrid format to allow you to apply course concepts in school settings, to collaborate with professionals in the field, and to collaborate within a cohort model. Beginning in the summer term, you will progress through the program three to four courses at a time over one year while completing your teaching internship in the fall and spring terms.
We offer two pathways to earn the Master of Science (MS) degree in Athletic Training. Qualified students in the BS Allied Health Science program may apply to the 3+2 MS Athletic Training, Professional program after their third year as an undergraduate student. This allows students to complete both the bachelor’s and master’s in five years. Learn More!
The second pathway is for those who have already earned a bachelor’s degree in Allied Health Science or closely related program and wish to complete a two-year master’s degree.
Our Professional Program in Athletic Training is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). Students who successfully complete the program will be eligible to sit for the Board of Certification exam.
These are intense 10-month programs to prepare highly qualified educators in high-need STEM certification areas and as an alternative for students who complete their bachelor’s degree in math or science areas where educator certification options are not available. Learn More!
Available to full-time students who are not currently working. The schedule will require students to complete three 8-week cycles in our Professional Development Schools (PDS), along with a year-long placement in another district.