Students can pursue a Full-Time MBA degree concurrently with an MSBA. Both degrees can be completed within the four semesters required for the MBA. Completing both programs necessitates only a few additional credits hours in addition to required MBA coursework.
For the student looking to attend school full-time, an Eccles Full-Time MBA experience is unlike any other. Your Eccles MBA curriculum starts with a focus on fundamental business skills that will prepare you to be an effective manager in any field. Couple that with the opportunity to participate in more than 30 experiential programs across campus and know you’ll exit the program with the skills and knowledge needed to reach your career goals.
Students can pursue a Professional MBA (PMBA) concurrently with an MSBA. When these degrees are completed simultaneously, 15 credit hours of electives from the PMBA course requirements can be waived, allowing the program to be finished 2 semesters earlier while decreasing the cost for your degrees by almost $20,000. Both degrees can be completed in 8-9 semesters.
For the student looking to work full-time while attending school, an Eccles PMBA offers the flexibility and rigorous curriculum to help further your career without missing a beat. You’ll exit the program with a world-class education, a high caliber network and the skills needed to immediately advance your career.
Designed to develop innovative thinkers who will lead the next generation of finance professionals, the quantitative MSF pairs well with the MSBA. Students who complete both degrees are well-suited for financial analytical roles and have a competitive advantage over others entering the industry.
Students can pursue a Master of Science in Information Systems (MSIS) concurrently with an MSBA. Both degrees can be completed within 8-9 semesters, with a significant reduction in tuition compared to completing the degrees separately.
Designed to provide the advanced education necessary to manage the technology of business, the MSIS is a powerhouse combination with MSBA. Students gain in-depth skills in both the architecture and data sides of technology, and are prepared to enter the competitive technology industry ahead of the curve.