Many universities come with a business school. We’re a business school that comes with a major university. You might be interested in the business side of entertainment, the international world of finance, the management issues inherent in health care, or the business implications of labor regulation.
If your plan is a career that bridges industries, a dual degree may provide you with the perfect combination of skills. We currently offer several options in combination with Boston University’s other schools and colleges—a benefit only a major research university can provide. Both the Graduate Programs Office and the Feld Career Center will work with you from your first semester to make sure you maximize the opportunities available within the University, including internship experiences, faculty contacts, and a robust alumni network.
|Choose from the following dual-degree programs:|
|Graduate College of Arts and Sciences||MBA/MA in International Relations
MBA/MA in Economics
|College of Communication||MBA/MS in Media Ventures**|
|School of Law||MBA/JD in Law and Management
MBA/JD in Health Sector Management
|School of Medicine||MBA/MD
|School of Public Health||MBA/MPH in Health Care Management
MBA/MPH in Global Health Management
|School of Engineering||MBA/MS in Manufacturing Engineering|
**Please note that the MBA in General Management and MS in Media Ventures dual degree program will not be admitting new students for the 2015-2016 academic year. We encourage you to explore our other programs and specializations. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the Graduate Admissions Office at email@example.com.
Admission to all dual-degree programs requires separate admissions decisions by the Boston University Questrom School of Business and the appropriate BU School or College associated with the dual degree.
Dual-degree programs where some or all of the program can be done on a part-time basis are the MBA/MA in Economics, MBA/MA in International Relations, and MBA/MS in Manufacturing Engineering.