Lynn University's 3.0 program is a powerful strategy that allows you to complete your degree in three—instead of the typical four—years. With Lynn 3.0, you can enhance your academic career and fast-track your professional career. Beyond offering flexibility that enables you to schedule an accelerated course load to fit your personal learning and life styles, Lynn 3.0 also helps make your degree more affordable. In fact, you’ll save an estimated $45,600 over the cost of a traditional four-year degree.*
But that’s not all. If you’re interested in taking your education and career to the next level, you can apply to Lynn 3+1, which means you not only will finish your bachelor’s degree in three years, you also will earn your master’s degree over only one additional year. You read that right: in the time it will take your peers to finish their traditional undergraduate degree, you will also have a graduate degree. How’s that for a competitive advantage?
Is Lynn 3.0 right for you?
It is if:
- You’re self-motivated and focused with exceptional time management skills
- You have clear educational and career goals
- You’re willing to complete an accelerated course load, including attending summer classes
- You want to accelerate your entry into the job market or graduate school
- Reach graduate school or the job market faster
- Design your own course of study, with guidance from your academic adviser
- Get the courses you need thanks to priority course registration
- Save an estimated $45,600 over the cost of a traditional four‐year degree*
- No additional charges for summer courses and accelerated course loads (Lynn University will pay for the extra credits required to earn your first bachelor’s degree)
Is Lynn 3+1 right for you?
It is if:
- You want to obtain both your bachelor’s and master’s degree in just four years
- You want to gain a competitive edge through a graduate degree
- You want to accelerate your entry into the job market
- No entrance exams required for graduate degree programs
- Graduate classes are held at night and online so you can work while you pursue your master’s degree—meaning you can make money and save the cost of a year of undergraduate tuition
- By the time your peers have obtained their bachelor’s degree, you’ll have completed your master’s degree, setting yourself apart
Find out more about both programs by contacting the Office of Admission.
* Program is available to all majors except music and education. Cost savings consider tuition and fees, room and board, books, transportation, and personal expenses.