MBA Dual Degrees
Established MBA Dual Degree Programs
Students who are considering, or are currently enrolled in an established MBA dual degree program should review the below information and policies carefully.
Applicants interested in an established MBA dual degree program must file separate applications to and be admitted by both programs. Students must apply and be admitted to the second degree program within the first half of their initial degree program to be eligible for a Ross dual degree.
Students admitted to a Ross dual degree program must complete degree requirements for both programs. Upon completion of all requirements, both degrees are awarded simultaneously. Completion of both colleges’ requirements results in two different degree citations on the transcript and in two separate diplomas.
The MBA dual degree program requirements include:
For most three year MBA dual programs, students spend one year enrolled (and paying tuition) under one school and a second year enrolled under the second school (e.g. Rackham). In the third year, students combine courses from both schools and will enroll for one term under Ross and one term under the second school. Students should see an advisor to determine an appropriate plan of study, keeping the following Ross policies in mind:
Progress Toward Graduation:
Students are responsible for meeting with advisors in both programs to track progress toward graduation. Upon completion of the requirements of both programs, students are granted concurrent degrees. The student must earn both degrees in the same degree period. (Neither degree will be awarded until all requirements for both programs are satisfied.) To graduate, students must:
Advising appointments for dual degree issues are available throughout the year. From the Academic Counseling Appointments web site, select "MBA Dual Degree Advising/Issues" to schedule an appointment.
Prospective or recently Admitted MBA's may contact the Dual Degree Advisor in the Office of Academic Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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