Carnegie Mellon University
In cooperation with H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Bethany College offers accelerated master’s programs to qualified Bethany students. Students attend Bethany College for their first-year through junior year followed by three to four semesters at the Heinz School. Students who successfully complete the program are awarded a bachelor’s degree from Bethany College and a master’s degree from Carnegie Mellon University in less time than would normally be required to achieve both .
The following cooperative programs are available:
- Master of Science in Public Policy and Management
- Master of Science in Health Care Policy and Management
- Master of Science in Biotechnology and Management
- Master of Arts Management
- Master of Information Systems Management
- Master of Science in Information Security Policy and Management
Students pay tuition and fees to Bethany College from their first-year through junior years. They pay tuition and fees to Carnegie Mellon for their graduate program, either three or four semesters beyond the completion of the junior year, depending upon program. Certain courses taken at Carnegie Mellon University may be applied to major requirements for Bethany College as determined by the department concerned. Bethany College students are eligible for scholarship support from Bethany for their first-year through junior years. They will be eligible for scholarship support from the Heinz College for the length of their graduate program. For additional information about these programs, please contact the office of the Provost and Dean of Faculty.
Case Western Reserve University
In cooperation with Case Western Reserve University, Bethany College permits students to earn both a bachelor’s degree from Bethany and a Bachelor’s degree in engineering from a cooperating school upon completion of a five-year sequence.
Students spend three years in the liberal arts environment at Bethany and then attend Case Western Reserve University for an additional two years. Students interested in engineering should plan to take Physics 201-202 and Mathematics 201-202 during their first year. Other courses should be chosen with regard to the particular subfield within engineering that interests the student. Students considering this program should contact the pre-engineering advisor to plan their degree program.