Combined Degree Programs
Start on the path toward your career of choice
The College of Science in partnership with the School of Medicine, the School of Dental Medicine at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and the College of Business offers motivated students accelerated and/or direct paths towards careers in medicine, dentistry or business through the BS-MD, BS-DMD and BS-MBA programs.
Start on your path towards medical school as a freshman
The BS-MD program gives students pursuing a career in medicine a direct path into the Medical School at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Earn your Doctor of Dental Medicine in 7 years
Students admitted into the BS-DMD program must complete the first three years of required undergraduate curriculum at the University of Nevada, Reno followed by the required four years of dental school at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Students are awarded their B.S. degree after completing the first year of graduate school curriculum.
In recognition of the unanticipated challenges resulting from COVID-19, the UNLV School of Dental Medicine is waiving the minimum score requirement for the ACT/SAT. For the 2021 application year, all candidates with an ACT or SAT will be given full consideration for the BS-DMD program. The GPA requirement has not changed.
Earn your B.S. and M.B.A. degrees in five years
Complete the required undergraduate curriculum for their declared major in the College of Science along with some business courses in 3.5 years to earn the B.S. degree, followed by 18 months of required courses to complete the M.B.A. For more information, contact academic advisor Gina Sella.
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Earn your dual degree in secondary education and one of many STEM majors. Graduating from NevadaTeach at the University of Nevada, Reno provides you with all of the coursework to pursue a teaching license at the middle or high school level, while earning a comprehensive and marketable degree in your STEM discipline. Open the door to a world of career options while helping to improve education in Nevada.