B.A./M.A. in childhood studies, criminal justice, English, history, liberal studies, and psychology
B.A./M.S. in biology, chemistry, and mathematical science
B.A./M.P.A. in economics, political science, and urban studies
B.A./M.A.T. in teaching Spanish
B.S./M.S. in computer science
Students enrolled in the Camden College of Arts and Sciences or in University College-Camden may apply during their junior year to enter a dual-degree program (B.A./M.A., B.A./M.S., B.A./M.P.A., or B.A./M.A.T.). These programs enable students with strong academic credentials to begin graduate work while still undergraduates, thus speeding the completion of the master's degree. Camden undergraduates who intend to pursue a master's degree in the Graduate School–Camden must be approved for entry into the dual-degree program by the director of the graduate program in which they wish to study. If accepted into a 30-credit graduate program, they may take up to three graduate courses during their senior year. These three courses are charged at the undergraduate tuition rate, but are double-counted toward both the B.A. (or B.S., if applicable) and the master's degree requirements. If accepted into a 42-credit graduate program, they may take four courses during their senior year. These four courses are charged at the undergraduate tuition rate, but are double-counted toward both the bachelor's and the master's degree requirements. As seniors, students must apply to the Graduate School–Camden in the regular fashion, and be formally admitted and matriculated. They then go on to complete the remainder of their credits as master's-level students.