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John D. Simon

John D. Simon
Executive Vice President & Provost

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P.O. Box 400226
Charlottesville, VA 22904-4226

Phone:
434-982-2362
Fax:
434-924-1497
Email:
jwt5z@virginia.edu

 

 

3+1 Program | Program Options | Student Profiles

Possible 3+1 Programs of Study

Bachelor's/Master of Public Policy (M.P.P.) in the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy

Potential 3+1 Program Sequence for M.P.P.:

  • Admission to U.Va. with a minimum of 15 hours of advanced credit
  • Second Year: Apply to Batten School
  • Third year: Begin at Batten. Spend approximately half time completing undergraduate requirements and half time beginning their M.P.P. requirements
  • Third year: Graduate from U.Va. with a Bachelor's degree.
  • Following third year: Complete an internship
  • Fourth Year: Enroll in Batten graduate level courses
  • End of fourth year: Graduate from U.Va. with M.P.P.

Contact

Howard H. Hoege
Director of Admissions
(434) 243-4383
hhh@virginia.edu
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Bachelor's/M.S. in Commerce Program Description, McIntire School of Commerce

Potential 3+1 Program Sequence in M.S. in Commerce:

  • Admission to U.Va. with a minimum of 15 hours of advanced credit
  • First year: begin to plan course of study with your academic advisor in liberal arts, science, or engineering to graduate in 3 years; Discuss admission process to the M.S. Commerce program with the McIntire School, including planning for prerequisite completion and GMAT testing
  • Third year: Submit application to the M.S. Commerce program; Notification of application acceptance/rejection for M.S. in Commerce program; Graduate with bachelor's degree from U.Va.
  • Fourth Year: If accepted, matriculate into the M.S. Commerce program
  • Summer (August) after graduate program: Graduate with a master's degree

Contact

Emma Candelier
Associate Director of Graduate Recruiting
(434) 243-4992
ec2ms@comm.virginia.edu
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M.S. in Commerce Admissions website


Bachelor's/M.A. in Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies in the College of Arts & Sciences

Potential 3+1 Program Sequence for Bachelor's/M.A. in Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies:

  • Admission to U.Va. with a minimum of 15 hours of advanced credit
  • First year: begin to plan course of study with your academic advisor to graduate in 3 years
  • Second Year: Discuss the Master's degree (M.A.) in Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies with the graduate program contact 
  • Third year: Complete undergraduate courses 
  • Fall third year: Apply to the M.A. program in Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies
  • Spring third year: Graduate from U.Va.
  • Fourth Year: Enroll in M.A. in Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies with the graduate program 
  • End of fourth year: Graduate from U.Va. with M.A. in Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies

Contact

Bob Hueckstedt
Director of Graduate Studies, Middle Eastern
and South Asian Languages & Cultures
(434) 243-8228
rah2k@virginia.edu
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B.A./M.S. in Statistics

Potential 3+1 Program Sequence for B.A./M.S. in Statistics:

  • Admission to U.Va. with a minimum of 15 hours of advanced credit
  • First year: begin to plan course of study to graduate in 3 years with your academic advisor
  • Second Year: Discuss with your academic advisorthe master's degree in statistics with the graduate program
  • Third year: Complete undergraduate courses and begin master's level work in statistics
  • Fall third year: Apply to the M.S. program in Statistics
  • Spring third year: Graduate from UVa with B.A. in Statistics
  • Fourth Year: Enroll in M.S. program in Statistics
  • End of fourth year: Graduate from UVA with M.S. in Statistics

Contact

Jeff Holt
Professor of Statistics
(434) 924-4927
jeff@virginia.edu
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Bachelor's/Master of Teaching (M.T.) in Curry School of Education

Potential 3+1 Program Sequence for B.A. or B.S./M.T.:

  • Admission to U.Va. with a minimum of 15 hours of advanced credit
  • Fall First year: begin to plan course of study with your academic advisor to graduate in three years and discuss the B.A. or B.S./M.T. admission process with the Curry School
  • Spring or summer of first year: Complete prerequisite classes in Curry (EDIS 2010 [3 credits] and EDIS 2880 [1 credit])
  • Spring first year: Apply by February 1 for permission to enroll in the B.A./M.T. program
  • Second Year: Begin taking graduate courses in the Curry School along with your undergraduate courses 
  • Third year: Complete undergraduate courses and continue graduate work in Curry
  • Fall Fourth Year: Teaching Associateship (student teaching)
  • Spring Fourth Year: Graduate courses in Curry
  • End of fourth year: Graduate from U.Va. with B.A. or B.S./M.T.

Contact

Cheryl B. Gittens
Director of Student Support Services and Advising
(434) 924-7834
cbg6n@virginia.edu
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