Dual Degree Programs

The university offers the opportunity for students to pursue two complementary graduate degrees simultaneously through structured, official dual degree programs (see below for a complete listing). The advantage of these programs is that they may require fewer credits than completing each degree program separately. 

Each program’s entrance requirements must be met in addition to university requirements, and the applicant must be accepted by both programs. Below is a listing of the Dual Degree programs:

  • Accounting MBA/MS
  • Business Analytics MBA/MS
  • Business Administration/Arts Administration MBA/MA
  • Business Administration/Nursing MBA/MSN
  • Community Planning/Landscape Architecture MCP/MLA
  • Community Planning/Law MCP/JD
  • Finance MBA/MS
  • Human Resources MBA/MA
  • Information Systems MBA/MS
  • Marketing MBA/MS
  • Law/Women’s Studies JD/MA
  • Law/Business JD/MBA
  • Law/Political Science JD/MA
  • Law/Political Science JD/PhD

Please see the Multiple Degree Exemptions section for information on the maximum amount of transfer credit that can be applied to the dual degree programs.