Combine Business With Another Area of Study
You can supplement your business degree with minors, majors, or second degrees from the following areas:
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for more information about programs and degrees.
BS in Business and Computer Science
Prepare for leadership positions in the tech-driven jobs of tomorrow. Gain a firm foundation in business strategy, marketing, and management. The bachelor of science in business and computer science is a unique joint-degree program that fills an urgent need in today’s job market. Faculty from Olin Business School and the School of Engineering & Applied Science collaborate to blend a fully integrated curriculum with experiential learning through treks to global tech hubs and internship opportunities.
To earn the BS in Business and Computer Science, you complete at least 120 applicable units (a minimum of 60 units at Washington University). In addition to general WashU requirements, you complete:
- Foundation Course Requirements (30 units) including capstone and integrated learning experiences
- Major Course Requirements (60 units): 30 in Business (choose analytics or strategy & leadership cluster) and 30 in Computer Science
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Apply via WashU Admissions
Combine Your BSBA with a Graduate Business Degree
You also can combine your BSBA degree with a graduate degree from Olin. You can apply for admission to these programs during your junior year.
Master of Accounting: The program prepares you for careers in public or corporate accounting, consulting, or financial services. The program also qualifies you to take the CPA Exam in states with the “150-hour rule.”
Master of Science in Customer Analytics: The program prepares you to become an analytics-driven business manager who is well versed to guide firms in the emerging era of data-driven decision-making.
Master of Science in Finance: Select one of two curriculum tracks to meet your career goals: Corporate Finance and Investments or Quantitative Finance.
Master of Science in Supply Chain Management: The program teaches you innovative models and methods for getting goods or services from suppliers to customers efficiently and cost-effectively.
MBA: Another option is Olin’s selective, early admission 3+2 program, which enables you to earn your BSBA and MBA in five years, instead of six.