Marymount California University will launch a program this fall to give students a chance to earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in four years, according to a release from the university.

The Four-Year Scholars’ Pathway Track will give students in the university’s business, criminal justice or psychology programs the option of finishing a research-based capstone project as part of their undergraduate studies. They can then build on that project to earn an MBA or Master of Science in Community Psychology, according to the release.

Altogether, students will need to complete 146 to 160 units, which requires that they take classes during summer school to finish the program in four years. The program would give students a chance to save money on tuition and room and board, according to the release.

- Cynthia Washicko

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