As an undergraduate student at the University of Florida, you can participate in a combination degree program, which will allow you to graduate with both a B.S. and an M.S. or M.E. degree. Below are the combination degree programs that are currently offered:
Bright Futures & Combination Degree Policy
Bright Futures will pay up to the undergraduate tuition rate for your graduate courses if you have yet to receive your Bachelor’s degree. You are responsible for paying the difference, as graduate tuitions credits are more expensive than undergraduate tuition credits. Therefore, it is critical that you plan out your courses so you graduate with both degrees at the same time. You can also apply for an extension of Bright Futures for up to 12 credits.