Dual Degree Graduate Programs
The Graduate School of Management (GSM) offers dual degree programs with other schools and colleges within the University.
Once enrolled, students have the opportunity to formally concentrate in Entrepreneurship, Finance, International Management, Marketing, Operations & Technology Management, and Strategy & Business Analysis. Students may also customize their programs by choosing from a broad array of advanced-level electives.
All incoming students are required to attend MBA/MS/MBA Pre-Term (MG 600 MBA Orientation), which carries a fee of $300.
Dual degree candidates must fulfill the degree and residency requirements of both schools in which they are enrolled. The curriculum chart represents the minimum 40-credit residency of the School of Management MBA. The order of courses may vary slightly by program.
Students who waive core courses or transfer credits are required to take an additional School of Management elective to fulfill the residency requirement. If any GSM course is counted toward the other degree program, the course must be replaced with a GSM elective.
*All courses are 3 credits unless otherwise noted.
|Fall (18 cr)||Spring (18 cr)||Fall (4 cr)|
|ES 700 Executive Presentations (1 cr)||ES 701 Executive Written Communication (1 cr)||ES 743 Career Community III (1 cr)|
|ES 740 Career Management (2 cr)||PL 700 Current Topics in Law and Ethics (2 cr)||Elective|
|OB 713 Managing Organizations and People||IS 710 IT Strategies for a Networked Economy|
|FE 721 Financial Management||OM 725 Creating Value through Operations and Technology|
|MK 723 Marketing Management||FE 727 Economics and Management Decisions|
|AC 710 Financial Reporting and Control||SI 750 Competition, Innovation & Strategy|
|QM 716 Data Analysis for Managerial Decision Making||Elective|
Dual degree requirements may vary by program. Please contact the Graduate Programs Office for specific dual degree program requirements.
MBA/MS in Media Ventures
For information on the MS portion of the degree, please contact the College of Communication at 617-353-3481 or email@example.com.
MBA/MA in Economics
For information on the MA portion of the degree, please contact the Economics Department in the College of Arts & Sciences at 617-353-4454 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MBA/MA in International Relations
For information on the MA portion of the degree, please contact the Department of International Relations in the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences at 617-353-2979 or email@example.com.
MBA/MS in Manufacturing Engineering
For information on the MS portion of the degree, please contact the College of Engineering at 617-353-2842 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MBA/MA in Medical Science
For information on the MA portion of the degree, please contact the Division of Graduate Medical Sciences at 617-638-5120.
For information on the MD portion of the degree, please contact the School of Medicine at 617-638-4630 or Dr. Stephen Ober at email@example.com.
MBA in Health Sector Management/MPH in Health Services
For information on the MPH portion of the degree, please contact the School of Public Health at 617-638-5042 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MBA in Health Sector Management/MPH in Global Health
For information on the MPH portion of the degree, please contact the School of Public Health at 617-638-5042 or email@example.com.