- Associated Press - Saturday, December 13, 2014

OXFORD, Ohio (AP) - Two southwestern Ohio universities will offer a combined program allowing qualified students to earn a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in five years.

The agreement is between Miami University in Oxford and Wittenberg University in Springfield. Students with a minimum 3.25 cumulative grade point average who have completed 64 semester hours of Wittenberg coursework will receive priority consideration for admission to any of Miami’s combined bachelor’s/master’s programs.

Students accepted to one of Miami’s programs and completing two or three years of coursework at Wittenberg may enroll in Miami undergraduate or graduate classes. Students completing Miami coursework will receive a bachelor’s degree from Wittenberg and a master’s degree from Miami.

Wittenberg University offers an undergraduate liberal arts education. Miami offers undergraduate degrees, master’s degrees and doctoral degrees.

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