Get a head start on your master's degree with UAH's Joint Undergraduate Master's Program (JUMP)! ECE JUMP allows undergraduate students to take up to 9 hours of graduate-level courses, typically during their senior year. These courses then double-count toward both their bachelor’s and master’s degrees. However, because they pay only once – at the undergraduate rate – they are able to save money and earn their graduate degree in less time. And there is no application fee. Computer, Electrical, and Cybersecurity Engineering majors interested in applying to JUMP must meet the following criteria: Have junior standing Have a GPA of 3.50 or better Students should consult with their JUMP advisor to ensure they are satisfying requirements for their degree. BSCPE to MSE in CPE JUMP In addition to the UAH Official Rules for JUMP, the CPE JUMP requires the following: Limit of 9 hours towards both the BSCPE and MSE in Computer Engineering CPE JUMP students are not allowed to “JUMP” the MSE in Computer Engineering core classes: CPE 512: Introduction to Parallel Programming CPE 526: VLSI Design Using Hardware Description Languages or CPE 527 VLSI Design CPE 631: Advanced Computer Systems Architecture For more information contact Dr. Rhonda Gaede at email@example.com BSEE to MSE in EE JUMP In addition to the UAH Official Rules for JUMP, the EE JUMP requires the following: Limit of 9 hours towards both the BSEE and MSE in Electrical Engineering Limit of the number of 500-level ECE classes to two (6 hours). The third JUMP class may either be a course from the math department (500 level or above) that will satisfy the undergraduate technical elective requirement, or a 600-level ECE course. For more information contact Dr. Laurie Joiner at firstname.lastname@example.org BS CBSY to MSCBS JUMP In addition to the UAH Official Rules for JUMP, the CBSY to MSCBS JUMP requires the following: Limit of 6 hours towards both the BSCBSY and MSCBS 3 credit hours can come from the 500-level cross-listed courses for CPE 555, CPE 557, CPE 559. 3 credit hours must come from a 500-level or above course that satisfies the CBSY technical elective. For more information contact Dr. David Coe at email@example.com.