What if I start taking graduate classes, but decide a graduate degree isn't for me?

Any credits taken as part of the undergraduate portion of the FastForward program will still count towards your undergraduate degree. If during this time you decide a master's degree isn't for you, you'll still graduate with a bachelor's degree without having to re-take any courses.

*Average cost savings is calculated based on the average reduction in credit hours required to complete a graduate degree multiplied by the average per-credit-hour tuition rate of qualified graduate degree programs. Actual cost savings will vary based on program selection.
The FastForward programs allows for 9-12 credit hours to be applied to a graduate degree, with a maximum of four courses.
Automatic admission is granted pending satisfactory academic progress and good standing throughout your undergraduate program.