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Carroll School of Management Graduate Programs

Dual Graduate Degrees



In the cross-functional world of global business, professionals with expertise in more than one discipline are in great demand. A dual degree such as an MBA/JD can provide a distinct career advantage.  Dual degree details:

  • The Carroll School of Management offers nearly 20+ highly regarded dual-degree programs in collaboration with other schools and programs. 
  • Students are generally able to complete the requirements of a dual-degree program in significantly less time than it would take to pursue each program separately.
  • To apply for a dual-degree program, students must apply to both programs (and both schools, if applicable).
  • The admissions committee strongly recommends that dual degree applications are submitted by January 15, 2016.  If you have questions regarding the application process, please contact the Office of Graduate Admissions.




Applicants only need to submit one application when applying to a CSOM dual-degree program. Even though you will be submitting one application, you may still be considered for each program separately. It is possible to receive different decisions for different programs.


          Non-Accounting Major

          Accounting Major

  • MBA/MSF  






MBA dual degree applicants should apply by January 15, 2016.

  • MBA/Master of Social Work
  • MBA/MA in Pastoral Studies
  • MBA/MS in Nursing
  • MBA/MS in Geology
  • MBA/MA in Slavic Studies
  • MBA/MA in Russian
  • MBA/MA in Linguistics
  • MBA/MA in French Studies
  • MBA/MA in Hispanic Studies
  • MBA/MA in Italian Studies
  • MBA/MA in Higher Education
  • MBA/MA Pastoral Studies
  • MBA/MA in Political Science
  • MBA/PhD in Sociology
  • MBA/MA in Urban & Environmental Policy & Planning
    (in conjunction with Tufts University)
  • MBA/MS in Food & Nutrition Science, Policy & Management
    (in conjunction with Tufts University)



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