Dual Degree Option: Master of Business Administration/Master of Public Policy and Administration
The Center for Public Policy Administration and the Isenberg School of Management offer an M.P.P.A./M.B.A. dual degree program. This is a 72-credit program in which students complete the Master of Business Administration and the Master of Public Policy Administration degrees in two and a half to three years. The combined degree program allows students who are interested in both policy and public management issues and business administration to pursue an integrated and comprehensive course of study. Graduates are prepared to move into careers in government, nonprofit organizations and various areas of the private sector. Students are required to complete the core requirements of each program, working with advisors is each program to determine their plan of study. Students applying to the M.P.P.A./M.B.A. dual degree program must meet the respective admission standards for each program and can choose between submitting an official GMAT score or an official GRE score. Applicants must be accepted to both programs to enter the M.P.P.A./M.B.A. dual degree program.
Additional information regarding the M.P.P.A. program is available in that section of this Bulletin.
For more information on the all M.B.A. program options refer to the Isenberg School of Management section of this Bulletin.