Florida Southern offers multiple paths for accelerating your education. The 4+1 Series gives every FSC student opportunities to set themselves apart and go further. We also offers options for students that have already chosen a professional career in Accounting or Education.
Our exclusive 4+1 accelerated programs are designed to meet the needs of our most ambitious students.
If you know that you want to earn a master’s degree immediately after college, our 4+1 series of programs allow you to pave the path toward a master’s or professional degree quickly — saving you both time and money. At the end of your junior year at FSC, you can apply for early admission into the master’s program of your choice participating in the 4+1 Series program.
When accepted, students can take up to three graduate courses as their undergraduate electives during their senior year. This allows for a much faster path toward the completion of their graduate career. Our programs are top-ranked and many graduates credit their professional success because of the academics that challenged and rewarded them.
The Industrial/Organizational (I/O) Psychology program is designed to prepare students for meaningful careers in the field through understanding and applying psychological principles to the workplace.
You can earn a highly regarded MAT degree at one of the top graduate teaching programs in the U.S. — at an affordable cost. Partnerships with local Polk County schools provide opportunities to assist with job placement upon completing your degree.
As one of the most innovative business schools in the country, Florida Southern offers a Master of Business Administration (MBA) program that delivers rigorous academics through an engaged learning approach.
The Master of Education program provides the next level of skills and credentials possessed by accomplished teachers seeking to advance a career in education and enhance their knowledge in curriculum and instruction. Limited to Education majors only.
Imagine completing two degrees at the same time — and we’re not talking about a double major. We’re talking a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree — in accounting! Limited to Accounting majors only.