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MBA students may complete a dual degree in conjunction with the Marshall MBA. Applicants must apply to both schools individually.

Juris Doctor/Master of Business Administration (J.D./MBA)
Master of Business Administration/Master of Arts in East Asian Area Studies (MBA/M.A.)
Master of Business Administration/Master of Planning (MBA/MPl)
Master of Business Administration/Master of Real Estate Development (MBA/MRED)
Master of Business Administration/Master of Science in Gerontology (MBA/M.S.)
Master of Business Administration/Master of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering (MBA/M.S.)
Master of Business Administration/Doctor of Education (MBA/Ed.D.)
Master of Business Administration/Doctor of Medicine (MBA/M.D.)
Master of Business Administration/Doctor of Pharmacy (MBA/Pharm.D.)
Master of Business Administration/Master of Arts in Jewish Nonprofit Management (MBA/M.A.)
Master of Business Administration/Master of Social Work (MBA/MSW)

Marshall Certificate Programs

Graduate Certificates enhance a student’s graduate education through a concentrated curriculum. USC Marshall School offers several for-credit certificate programs. Click here to view the entire list. Individuals must be admitted into the Graduate Certificate program. Admitted MBA students should research the Graduate Certificate for more information on when and how to apply. A sample of certificates include:

  • Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics
  • Graduate Certificate in Financial Analysis and Valuation
  • Graduate Certificate in Marketing
  • Graduate Certificate in Optimization and Supply Chain Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Strategy and Management Consulting
  • Graduate Certificate in Sustainability and Business
  • Graduate Certificate in Technology Commercialization

USC Marshall also partners with USC Cinematic Arts for the Graduate Certificate in the Business of Entertainment , and students may also be eligible to apply to the certificate programs offered through the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy . USC Marshall students should confirm with the program office that the units can be applied to the MBA degree.

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At Ross, you can take advantage of the strengths of the broader University of Michigan and combine your MBA with a dual degree from one of more than 20 established programs. 

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Student Initiated Dual Degrees available

Dual Degrees: Customize Your MBA

From law to medicine, engineering, natural resources and the environment, and many more, you may be able to pursue concurrent work in business and another discipline within the University of Michigan – and expand your network as well.
 

Most of our established dual degrees are completed in roughly three years and lead to both an MBA and a master’s degree in another area. You may enroll in a dual degree program after being accepted to both Ross and the other school or college in which you are interested. Separate applications must be made to both schools; acceptance to either school is not contingent upon the other.

Find more information on process and requirements, as well as a full list of programs, on the Established MBA Dual Degree page.

Design Your Own Degree

A Student Initiated Dual Degree gives you the opportunity to truly customize your graduate business education experience and make the most of the tremendous resources available here at the University of Michigan.

Further details on designing your own dual degree experience can be found on the Student Initiated Dual Degree page.

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Combine your MBA with another graduate degree.

The Kelley School of Business Indianapolis offers a host of dual-degree programs to help you customize your education to meet your specific career needs. All of our dual-degree programs allow you to gain two degrees in less time and cost than it would take to pursue them individually, allowing you to earn your MBA degree alongside law or medical degrees from highly respected programs.

I always knew I wanted to be a clinician but as I spent more time in healthcare, I realized that in order to have a larger impact you needed to have financial literacy and leadership skills that an MBA offers.

Milan Patel, MD ’17, MBA ’17

Throughout the dual degree program, many courses were transferable. What I learned from my MBA courses applied to classes in my MSA program and vice versa. The combination of these two majors worked perfectly for me.

Iris Huixian Wang, MSA ’17, MBA ’17

Program Options

MBA dual-degree programs are offered through partnerships with the IU McKinney School of Law, IU School of Medicine, IU Fairbanks School of Public Health, IUPUI School of Science, and Purdue School of Engineering and Technology—all located on the IUPUI campus.

JD/MBA

The JD/MBA dual degree is a program permitting the concurrent study of graduate law and graduate business course work, leading to both the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Doctor of Jurisprudence (JD) degrees.

This program is designed for individuals who want to practice law involving business clients, work in a corporate law department or work in a government agency regulating business, among other law/business interrelated opportunities.

The curriculum consists of a mixture of required and elective courses which provides the JD/MBA student with core knowledge of the two programs. The JD/MBA student must meet the graduation requirements of each school individually, including minimum grade point average and time-limit policies.

Students spend the first year in law school and then take business and law courses concurrently for the remainder of the program. All MBA core classes must be taken as intact modules.

Requirements include 39 credit hours of MBA courses and 80 credit hours of law courses.

To qualify for admission, a candidate must:

  1. Meet prerequisite requirements for application to the McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis and the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis individually.
  2. Complete an application and required documentation for each school, including the LSAT and GMAT examinations.
  3. Be admitted to each school individually.

Visit the McKinney School of Law for more information about admission to the JD/MBA program.

MD/MBA

The MD/MBA dual degree permits the concurrent study of medicine and graduate business course work, leading to both the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Doctor of Medicine (MD) degrees.

This program is designed for students who want to combine medical training with in-depth business knowledge to better manage healthcare systems.

The dual degree requires five years of full-time study instead of the minimum of six years that would be required if the two degrees were earned separately. Students must meet the graduation requirements of each school individually, including minimum grade-point average and time-limit policies.

Students spend the three years of full-time study in the School of Medicine and then begin integrating business course work in the fourth year. All MBA core classes must be taken as intact modules.

Requirements include 40.5 credit hours of MBA courses and four years at the School of Medicine.

To qualify for admission, a candidate must:

  1. Meet prerequisite requirements for application to the School of Medicine in Indianapolis and the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis individually.
  2. Complete an application and required documentation for each school, including the MCAT and GMAT examinations.
  3. Be admitted to each school individually.

Visit the IU School of Medicine for more information about admission to the MD/MBA program.

MHA/MBA

This dual degree permits students to concurrently pursue the Master of Health Administration and Master of Business Administration degrees.

Students in the MHA/MBA degree program are typically interested in health administration careers and want to supplement their MHA courses with an overall foundation in business and training in management/operations, which they can apply within a healthcare organization.

Individuals must independently apply and be accepted into both the School of Public Health MHA program and the Kelley School of Business MBA program. Students must meet the graduation requirements of each school individually, including minimum grade point average and time-limit policies. All MBA core classes must be taken as intact modules.

Full-time students typically take two MHA and two MBA courses each semester. Part-time students take either two MHA or two MBA courses each semester. Since the MBA courses must be taken as a cohort, part-time students will need to sequence all MBA courses in a block.

Requirements include 39 hours of MBA courses and 39 hours of MHA courses.

To qualify for admission, candidates must complete an application and required documentation for each school and be admitted to each school individually.

Visit the School of Public Health for more information about admission to the MHA/MBA program.

MS/MBA

MS/MBA dual degrees permit the concurrent study of graduate science and graduate business course work, leading to both the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and the Master of Science (MS) degrees in one of the following areas: biology, chemistry, computer and information science, geology, mathematical sciences and physics. Please contact an individual School of Science Department for admission requirements for the specific MS program.

This program is designed for individuals who want to practice science involving business clients, work in a corporate science departments, or work in a government agency regulating business, among other science/business interrelated opportunities.

The MS/MBA student must meet the graduation requirements of each school individually including minimum grade point average and time-limit policies. All MBA core classes must be taken as intact modules.

The MS/MBA dual degree program is designed so that students take courses in both programs simultaneously. The degrees are conferred simultaneously when all requirements for the graduation for the dual degree student have been met in each professional program.

Requirements include 42 credit hours of MBA courses and 24 credit hours of science courses.

To qualify for admission, a candidate must:

  1. Meet prerequisite requirements for application to the School of Science and the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis individually.
  2. Complete an application and required documentation for each school, including the GRE and GMAT examinations.
  3. Be admitted to each school individually.

Visit the School of Science for more information about admission to the MS/MBA program.

MSA/MBA

The MSA/MBA dual degree program permits the concurrent study of graduate business course work and leads to both the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and the Master of Science in Accounting (MSA) degrees. This program is administered by the Kelley School of Business.

The MSA/MBA student is typically interested in combining the complexities of accounting with a wider business acumen to pursue careers in auditing, risk management, bank and financial services, corporate accounting or management consulting.

Students must meet the graduation requirements of each program individually including minimum grade point average and time-limit policies. All MBA core classes must be taken as intact modules. Candidates may be admitted to the MBA program at the Kelley School of Business in either August or January.

The MSA/MBA Dual Degree Program is designed so that students take courses in both programs simultaneously. The degrees are conferred simultaneously when all requirements for graduation for the dual degree student have been met in each professional program.

Requirements include 42 credit hours of MBA courses and 24 credit hours of MSA courses.

To qualify for admission, a candidate must:

  1. Meet prerequisites requirements for application to the MBA program and the MSA program individually.
  2. Complete an application and required documentation for each program, including the GMAT examination.
  3. Be admitted to each program individually.

Visit Kelley MSA for more information about admission to the MSA/MBA program.

MSE/MBA

MSE/MBA dual degree program permits the concurrent study of graduate engineering and graduate business course work and leads to both the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and the Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) degrees. The MSE in the MSE/MBA dual degree will only be available for the non-thesis option and only for the Mechanical Engineering Department at this time.

This program is designed for individuals who want to practice engineering involving business clients, work in corporate engineering departments, or work in a government agency regulating business, among other engineering/business interrelated opportunities.

The MSE/MBA student must meet the graduation requirements of each school individually, including minimum grade point average and time-limit policies. All MBA core classes must be taken as intact modules.

The MSE/MBA program is designed so that students take courses in both programs simultaneously. The degrees are conferred simultaneously when all requirements for graduation for the dual degree student have been met in each professional program.

Requirements include 42 credit hours of MBA courses and 24 credit hours of engineering courses.

To qualify for admission, a candidate must:

  1. Meet prerequisite requirements for application to the School of Engineering and the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis individually.
  2. Complete an application and required documentation for each school.
  3. Be admitted to each school individually.

Visit the School of Engineering for more information about admission to the MSE/MBA program.

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