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​Combine Your MBA with a Specialized Masters in Business

You may combine your MBA with any of Olin’s Specialized Masters programs. Under this option, you’ll complete the first summer semester with your MBA classmates before taking a mix of electives and required courses in the two programs.

While earning your MBA and Specialized Masters degree, you’ll take classes concurrently—some courses will apply to both degrees.

The following STEM-designated specialized masters programs may be combined with the MBA:

Some specialized masters options are not STEM-designated: Master of Accounting (typically pursued by students seeking CPA certification), MS in Corporate Finance, and MS in Wealth and Asset Management.

How to apply for a Specialized Masters dual degree

If you choose one of these dual degree options, you should not submit two applications. Rather, you should apply only to the Olin Full-Time MBA program. If you receive an admissions offer for the Full-time MBA, you may then contact to request consideration for your desired Specialized Masters program. Specialized Masters degree programs generally have additional admission requirements.

If you are already a student in one of Olin’s Specialized Masters programs, you may contact the MBA Admissions Office to discuss the pursuit of the combined degree option.

John Zhang | MBA/MSF 2016

“I wanted to learn the big-picture aspects of finance, help industries acquire capital, and benefit people’s lives on a much broader horizon.”

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