Graduate Courses

Male student emphasizing a point in class - LGFordham College at Lincoln Center provides several opportunities for undergraduates to register for graduate courses while in college and/or to pursue graduate degrees through dual-degree programs/pre-professional programs.

Students who show special promise in scholarship can pursue graduate study. Interested and qualified juniors should consult the faculty adviser in their major department. Some departments have early admission to their master’s programs for promising undergraduate majors.

Fordham College at Lincoln Center seniors are allowed to register for courses at Fordham’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Seniors with a minimum 3.0 GPA may register for courses offered by their major department. Permission is needed from the major department and the dean of Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Students should notify their class dean.

Eligible Fordham College Lincoln Center undergraduate students can enroll in select graduate degree programs at Fordham for the MSW, JD, MA, MS, and MST teaching degrees.

Qualified students may:

  • Gain entry to the 3-3 program with Fordham Law School and thereby save a year of study.
  • Apply for the accelerated master’s program in English and save a year of study.
  • Earn the MSW degree in one year at the Fordham's Graduate School of Social Service.
  • Earn an MS degree and teaching certification at the Graduate School of Education.
  • Apply for the early admission program to pursue select MA and MS degrees at Fordham’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.