Earn a Dual Degree

Deepen your expertise by pursuing multiple degrees at once, whether you’re an undergraduate or a graduate student.

Our dual degree programs give you the chance to expand your academic experience and follow more than one passion. These programs are designed to get you across the finish line faster so you can jump-start your future.

Undergraduate Opportunities

A BS in Business Administration from WashU Olin is just the beginning. Customize your college education by adding a second bachelor's degree from another WashU school. Or start an MBA or specialized master’s degree in your senior year. 

BS in Business and Computer Science

Torn between business and a technical course of study? An alternative to the BSBA—not actually a dual degree—the BS in Business and Computer Science (BUCS ) is an eight-semester, freshman-entry degree program. Learn about our BUCS program with McKelvey Engineering.

Full-Time MBA

Olin’s selective, early admission 3+2 program enables you to earn your bachelor's degree and MBA in five years, instead of six. Learn more about our Full-Time MBA.

Specialized Master's in Business

Get a head start on Olin's specialized master's degrees in accounting, analytics, finance, and supply chain management. Learn more about combining your BSBA with a specialized master's.

Full-Time MBA Opportunities

Broaden your studies with dual degree programs at Olin and other top-ranked schools at Washington University.

Earn Your MBA and a Specialized Master’s Degree

Become fluent in the fundamentals of business while also drilling down to a specific area of industry. By adding a second business master’s degree to your graduate plan, you go even further toward expert status and set yourself above and apart from your competition. You’ll complete the first summer semester with your MBA classmates. You’ll take classes for both degrees concurrently—some courses will apply to both degrees.

Read about our Specialized Master’s programs.

Pair Your MBA with a Degree from Another WashU School

Earn a second master’s degree in law, social work, engineering or another discipline while you work toward your MBA. Students often combine business with another passion, completing some semesters at Olin and some at the other WashU School. These dual degree programs require a separate application to each of the schools.