Combined Programs, School of Business

Joint Degree Programs

For all joint degree programs, students must meet the requirements for both degrees in order to receive either diploma. Degrees are conferred simultaneously.

Master of Business Administration/Juris Doctor (with the Law School)

Students may work concurrently toward both the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Juris Doctor degrees. In consultation with their faculty advisors, students in these programs may transfer up to 14 credits of Law School coursework to their MBA program and 12 credits of School of Business coursework to fulfill requirements for the JD Students must be admitted separately to the School of Business and to the Law School. It is possible for a student to complete the requirements for both degrees within four years.

Master of Business Administration/Master of Arts with a focus on international business (with the Elliott School of International Affairs)

Students may work concurrently toward both the MBA and Master of Arts (MA) degrees. In consultation with their faculty advisors, students in these programs may transfer up to 12 credits of Elliott School coursework to their MBA program and 12 credits of School of Business coursework to fulfill requirements for the M.A. Students must be admitted separately to the School of Business and to the Elliott School of International Affairs.

Master of Business Administration/Master of Science in Finance

Master of Business Administration/Master of Science in Government Contracts

​Master of Business Administration/Master of Science in Project Management 

Students may pursue one of three joint degrees where both degree programs are within the School of Business: MBA/Master of Science (MS) in finance; MBA/MS in government contracts; or MBA/MS in project management. Students must be admitted simultaneously to both degree programs to be eligible for the joint degree. 

Dual Degree Program

For dual degree programs, each degree is awarded as it is completed.

Master of Business Administration/Master of Science in Information Systems Technology

Students interested in the dual MBA/MS degree programs in information systems technology may be admitted either simultaneously or consecutively to the two degree programs.