Accelerated Graduate Studies

The Rollins College Holt School Accelerated Graduate Studies pathway program allows qualified Rollins undergraduate students to simultaneously earn both undergraduate and graduate-level credits during their senior year.


Students in their undergraduate senior year will have the opportunity to take up to 18 credit hours of graduate-level courses that will simultaneously fulfill undergraduate degree requirements while also working towards earning a master's degree. This program is offered exclusively through the Hamilton Holt School. The five participating Holt School master's programs on an accelerated timeline are:

At Holt, you're not alone. Upon acceptance into the accelerated graduate program, you will work closely with a graduate advisor to help with course selection, review of academic progress, educational goal setting, and more.

Book a one-on-one conversation with a graduate program admission counselor. You'll not only get the answers to all of your questions but you'll also start mapping out your personalized pathway to a Rollins graduate degree. 

Connect With Jacob
Schedule an in-person or virtual conversation with
Jacob Merrifield, Associate Director of Graduate Admission


Table in Cornell Campus Center

Come visit our table inside the Cornell Campus Center right outside the Bieberbach-Reed Room! We’ll be there on the dates below to promote the Graduate Accelerated Program and help you register for our information sessions. We’ll see you there.

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program at a glance

Admission Requirements

  • Attain Undergraduate Senior standing in CLA or Holt School
  • Cumulative 3.0 or better GPA
  • Have not completed all undergraduate electives
  • Letters of Recommendation (2)
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Resume
  • Online Application
  • Additional materials may be required by program

Program Requirements

Students participating in this program must adhere to specific academic requirements, and acceptance into the master's program upon graduation is conditional upon the satisfactory completion of these requirements:

  • Remain in good academic standing
  • Cumulative 3.0 or better grade point average 
  • Complete all graduate level courses with a B or higher

Admission Deadline

The deadline to apply for the fall 2022 academic year is Friday, April 1, 2022.

Ready to start your application? Start your application here.

accelerated graduate program visit experiences

From virtual and on-campus information sessions to one-on-one conversations with admission counselors, we offer a number of ways to learn more about our accelerated graduate degree programs and admission requirements.

Virtual Information Sessions

Explore our accelerated graduate programs from anywhere by registering for a virtual information session led by one of our expert graduate admission counselors. Our virtual information sessions are currently being held on the second Thursday of each month.


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On-Campus Information Sessions

Register for an on-campus information session and get a firsthand look at why an accelerated graduate degree at Rollins is a smart way to jump start your future. Our on-campus information sessions are currently being held on the first Tuesday of each month. 


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