MBA Dual Degree Programs
Requirements for dual degrees vary by program, but generally MBA students take the MBA core courses, and then complete the degree requirements for a second graduate program. Separate applications may be required, and some programs may require additional standardized tests prior to admission. Please check with the non-business school dual partner to confirm the availability of part time classes (evening or weekend).
MBA/JD (Juris Doctor)
MBA/MSW (Master of Social Work)
MBA/MPP (Master of Public Policy)
MBA/MSN (Master of Science in Nursing)
The dual MBA/MS and MBA/MFin programs are designed to enable students to gain broad management skills and knowledge while developing in-depth understanding of a particular business area. Dual degree students earn two Master’s-level degrees--the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and one of the following Specialty Masters degrees: either the Master of Finance (MFin), Master of Science in Information Systems, Master of Science in Accounting, Master of Science in Marketing Analytics, or Master of Science in Supply Chain Management.
Both masters degrees are awarded simultaneously upon completion of the 66 required credits. The dual degree program typically takes 2 - 2½ years to complete as a full time College Park MBA student and 3½ years to complete as an Evening or Weekend MBA student.
All students are required to complete the Core MBA requirements (including all courses which are part of the MBA program to which they are admitted), plus the requirements of the Specialty Masters degree that they choose. Students should work closely with their campus advisor prior to applying to the dual degree program to discuss the degree requirements and class schedules. Some of the Specialty Masters programs are only offered during the day in College Park. A summary of the dual degree requirements is below:
- MBA Core (requirements based on year of admission to MBA program)
- Required courses for the Specialty Masters*
- Business Analytics TBD
- Information Systems
- Marketing Analytics
- Supply Chain Management
- A total of 66 credits must be achieved
*Tuition and fees for Specialty Masters Programs.