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DUAL DEGREE PROGRAMS 


Weber State University students may complete a Master of Business Administration degree in tandem with select other master's degrees. Explore these options.  

 

EXPLORE DUAL DEGREES

Possessing two graduate degrees in different but complementary fields can uniquely position graduates for a wide variety of career and advancement opportunities.  Dual degree programs allow students to simultaneously pursue two master's degrees in much less time than it would take to pursue them individually. Students who successfully complete the course requirements in both programs will receive two separate degrees, and may file for graduation from one program before completing the course requirements in the other.  

The admissions processes, credit hours, graduation qualification process and other aspects of each dual degree program vary significantly.  Specific information for each program is below.


MBA + MASTER OF HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (MHA)

  • There is one application for the combined MBA/MHA; however, applicants are admitted separately to each program at different times. See program websites for application deadlines. 
  • Students choose either the MBA or the MHA as their primary degree.  If admitted, students will then be matriculated with the major degree code of their primary degree choice, and the other degree will be listed as the secondary degree.
  • All paper application materials (transcripts, GMAT, GRE scores), questions and communications should be directed to the office of the applicant's preferred primary degree program (MBA or MHA - the addresses for each are listed below).
  • There is a single non-refundable application fee of $90 for the dual-degree application.
  • Applications received by March 1st will be reviewed at the same time by both programs and applicants will be notified regarding admission separately from each program.  If applicants apply after March 1st, the MBA program will review the application during its next regularly scheduled admission cycle and the MHA application will be reviewed the following March 1st.
  • Students can enroll in either the hybrid or virtual (online) MBA program.

CREDIT HOURS: 
MHA as the primary degree: 24 additional credit hours (8 courses) to complete the MBA.

MBA as the primary degree: 24 additional credit hours (8 courses) to complete the MHA.

 

DUAL DEGREE SUMMARY 
SINGLE ONLINE MHA/MBA APPLICATION 


MBA + MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (MSEE)

  • Students must apply to both programs separately, but inform the Assistant Director of the MBA Program by email of their intention to complete a dual MBA/ MSEE.  (See each program’s website separately for admissions requirements and procedures.)
  • When all course requirements are completed, students receive both degrees, the MBA and the MSEE; neither degree is considered primary or dominant.
  • Students can enroll in either the hybrid or virtual (online) MBA program.

CREDIT HOURS: 

  • Students who do not possess a Bachelor’s degree from an AACSB accredited business school are required to take 5 MBA foundations courses in addition to other required MBA and MSEE courses.  
  • Students who do not possess a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering will be required to take at least 5 MSEE leveling courses in addition to other MBA and MSEE required courses.
  • Students must choose either the Project Track or the Coursework Track for the MSEE and take courses accordingly per the Dual Degree Summary.

APPLICANTS WILL NEED TO COMPLETE BOTH PROGRAM APPLICATIONS:

DUAL DEGREE SUMMARY 
MBA APPLICATION
 
MSEE APPLICATION 


MBA + MASTER OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING (MSCE)

  • Students must apply to both programs separately, but inform the Assistant Director of the MBA Program by email of their intention to complete a dual MBA/ MSCE.  (See each program’s website separately for admissions requirements and procedures.)
  • When all course requirements are completed, students receive both degrees, the MBA and the MSCE; neither degree is considered primary or dominant.
  • Students can enroll in either the hybrid or virtual (online) MBA program.

CREDIT HOURS: 

Students who do not possess a Bachelor’s degree from an AACSB accredited business school are required to take 5 MBA foundations courses in addition to other required MBA and MSCE courses. 

Students who do not possess a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering will likely be required to take at least 8 MSCE leveling courses in addition to other MBA and MSEE required courses.

Students must choose either the Project Track or the Coursework Track for the MSEE and take courses accordingly per the Dual Degree Summary.

DUAL DEGREE SUMMARY 
MBA APPLICATION
 
MSCE APPLICATION 


MBA + MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EXECUTIVE NURSING (MSN-EXECUTIVE)

Coming soon...

CREDIT HOURS: 

COMING SOON 

 


MBA + MASTER OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE (MSCS)

Coming soon...

CREDIT HOURS: 

COMING SOON 

 


  

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