Dual-Degree Programs

The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences offers a number of dual-degree programs in partnership with other schools at Columbia or outside institutions.

Dual Doctoral Degrees

The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences offers dual-degree programs at the doctoral level with the School of Law and the College of Physicians and Surgeons (the Medical School). If you wish to undertake a dual-degree program, you must apply separately to each division. Also, in the GSAS application, be sure to select J.D./Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. as the degree to which you wish apply. 

Dual Degree Master’s Programs at Columbia

The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences offers dual-degree programs at the Master’s degree level with the School of Journalism, through the Religion-Journalism M.A./M.S. program, and the School of International and Public Affairs, through the Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences M.A./M.P.A. or M.A./M.I.A. program. If you wish to undertake a dual degree program, you must apply separately to each division. A student may not pursue more than one GSAS degree (e.g., M.A./M.A.) concurrently.

M.A./M.Sc. International and World History Dual Degree between GSAS and LSE

Columbia offers a M.A./M.Sc. dual degree program between the GSAS International and World History Program and the London School of Economics. If you wish to undertake this program, you need only apply to Columbia GSAS. 

Ph.D. Partnership between Columbia and Sciences Po

The Ph.D. Partnership between Columbia University and Sciences Po enables students in the Political Science Ph.D. program at Columbia to earn a Ph.D. at Sciences Po as well. Learn more.