Dual Degrees

Dual degrees provide an excellent opportunity to leverage skills gained in one program (MBA, MSA, MSBA, MSMIS, or MSMOB) and enhance your credentials by developing expertise in another discipline.  The tabs provide a snapshot of the dual degrees offered and the respective curriculum planners.  Note:  Dual degree programs require completion of 96 credit hours coursework.  In addition, this option requires an application and admission to each degree program.

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Benedictine University offers four dual M.B.A. degrees with graduate programs in Management Information Systems (M.B.A./M.S.M.I.S), Management and Organizational Behavior (M.B.A./M.S.M.O.B), and Master of Public Health (M.B.A./M.P.H.)and M.S. in Accountancy (M.B.A./M.S.A.). Dual degree programs require of 96 quarter credit hours for completion. Application and admission is required to each graduate program and students must complete all requirements for the selected dual degree.

Master of Business Administration/M.S. in Management and Organizational Behavior

The M.B.A./M.S.M.O.B. dual degree combines the comprehensive business core of the M.B.A. with the strong people and organizational focus of the M.S.M.O.B. program. Students have sufficient elective courses to earn a concentration in any of the areas available in the M.B.A. program or to continue study in the M.S.M.O.B. area. This option requires application and admission to each degree program and the completion of all requirements for both degrees. The M.B.A./M.S.M.O.B. Program requires 96 credits.

MBA/MSMOB Curriculum Planner 

Master of Business Administration/M.S. in Management Information Systems

The M.B.A./M.S.M.I.S. dual degree combines the comprehensive business core of the M.B.A. with the in depth technical expertise in information systems provided by the M.I.S. courses. This option requires application and admission to each degree program and the completion of all requirements for both degrees. The M.B.A./M.S.M.I.S. program requires 96 credits.

MBA/MSMIS Curriculum Planner

Master of Business Administration/ Master of Public Health

The M.B.A./M.P.H. dual degree option adds to any administration concentration of the M.P.H. program the comprehensive business core of the M.B.A. program. This option requires application and admission to each program and the completion of all requirements for both degrees. The M.B.A./M.P.H. program results in both the M.P.H. and the M.B.A. degrees and requires 96 credits. The Managed Care certificate can also be earned as part of the program.

MBA/MPH Curriculum Planner

Master of Business Administration/ M.S. in Accountancy

The Dual Degree Programs combine the comprehensive accounting core of the M.S. in Accountancy with the competencies of Business Management. Students enrolling in the dual degree program can develop powerful credentials and specialized expertise enabling them to successfully meet the challenges of today's marketplace. The M.B.A./ M.S. in Accountancy dual degree programs consist of 96 quarter credit hours for completion.

MBA/MSA Curriculum Planner

The Dual Degree Programs combine the comprehensive accounting core of the M.S. in Accountancy with the competencies of Business Management or Information Systems. Students enrolling in the dual degree program can develop powerful credentials and specialized expertise enabling them to successfully meet the challenges of today's marketplace. The dual degree program can be completed in 36 months or less. Dual degree programs consist of 96 quarter credit hours for completion. Application and admission is required to each graduate program, and students must complete all requirements for the selected dual degree.

M.S. in Accountancy/ Master of Business Administration

The Dual Degree Programs combine the comprehensive accounting core of the M.S. in Accountancy with the competencies of Business Management. Students enrolling in the dual degree program can develop powerful credentials and specialized expertise enabling them to successfully meet the challenges of today's marketplace. The M.B.A./ M.S. in Accountancy dual degree programs consist of 96 quarter credit hours for completion.

MSA/MBA Curriculum Planner

M.S. in Accountancy/ M.S. in Management Information Systems

The M.S. in M.I.S./M.S.in Accountancy. dual degree combines an in-depth understanding of U.S. accounting practices and concepts of the M.S.A. Program with the in-depth technical expertise in information technology provided by M.I.S. courses. This option requires application and admission to each degree program and the completion of all requirements for both degrees. The dual degree program requires 96 credits.

Curriculum Planner

Benedictine University offers several dual M.S. in Business Analytics degrees with othergraduate degree programs: M.S. in Business Analytics/M.S. in Accountancy; M.S.in Business Analytics/Master of Business Administration; and M.S. in BusinessAnalytics/M.S. in Management Information Systems. Dual degree programs consistof 96 quarter credit hours for completion. Application and admission isrequired to each graduate program, and students must complete all requirementsfor the selected dual degree.

M.S. in Business Analytics/Master of Business Administration

The M.S.in Business Analytics/ Master of Business Administration dual degree combines the comprehensive business core of the M.B.A. with the in-depth technical expertise in business analytics.  The M.S.in Business Analytics/M.B.A. program requires 96 credits.

MSBA/MBA Curriculum Planner

M.S. in Business Analytics/M.S. in Accountancy

The M.S.in Business Analytics/M.S.in Accountancy dual degree combines an in-depth understanding of U.S. accounting practices and concepts of the M.S.A. Program with in-depth technical expertise in business analytics. The dual degree program requires 96 credits.

MSBA/ MSA Curriculum Planner

M.S. in Business Analytics/M.S. in Management Information Systems

The M.S in Business Analytics/M.S. in Management Information Systems dual degree combines the technical expertise of both business analytics and information technology. . The M.S. in Business Analytics/M.S. in Management Information Systems program requires 96credits.

MSBA/ MSMIS Curriculum Planner

 

Benedictine University offers several dual M.S. in M.I.S. degrees with other graduate degree programs: M.S. in M.I.S./Master of Business Administration; M.S. in M.I.S./M.S. in Management and Organizational Behavior.; M.S. in M.I.S./M.S. in Accountancy; and M.S. in M.I.S./Master of Public Health. Dual degree programs consist of 96 quarter credit hours for completion. Application and admission is required to each graduate program, and students must complete all requirements for the selected dual degree.

M.S. in Management Information Systems/M.S. in Accountancy

The M.S. in M.I.S./M.S.in Accountancy. dual degree combines an in-depth understanding of U.S. accounting practices and concepts of the M.S.A. Program with the in-depth technical expertise in information technology provided by M.I.S. courses. This option requires application and admission to each degree program and the completion of all requirements for both degrees. The dual degree program requires 96 credits.

MSMIS/ MSA Curriculum Planner

M.S. in Management Information Systems /Master of Business Administration

The M.S. in Management Information Systems/ M.B.A. dual degree combines the comprehensive business core of the M.B.A. with the in-depth technical expertise in information systems provided by the M.I.S. Program. This option requires application and admission to each degree program and the completion of all requirements for both degrees. The M.B.A./M.S.in M.I.S. program requires 96 credits.

MSMIS/ MBA Curriculum Planner

M.S. in Management Information Systems/M.S. in Management and Organizational Behavior

The M.S.in M.I.S./M.S.in M.O.B. dual degree combines the in-depth technical expertise in information technology provided by M.I.S. requirements and the people and organizational focus of the Management and Organizational Behavior program. Students have sufficient elective courses to earn a concentration in any of the areas available in the M.I.S. Program or to continue study in the M.O.B. area. This option requires application and admission to each degree program and the completion of all requirements for both degrees. The M.S. in M.I.S./M.S. in M.O.B. program requires 96 credits.

MSMIS/ MSMOB Curriculum Planner 

M.S. in Management Information Systems /Master of Public Health

The dual degree program in Public Health and M.I.S. is designed for professionals who will be responsible for managing information resources and providing decision support in their organizations. In the field of public health and health care, these information needs are universal. Every organization collects, processes, interprets and communicates vast amounts of data. Governmental, organizational and scientific information needs are constantly changing. Professionals in the management of information systems in the public health and health care communities build on the broad-based interdisciplinary studies that are core to the field of public health. This option requires application and admission to each degree program and the completion of all requirements for both degrees. The M.P.H./M.S. in M.I.S. program requires 96 credits. MPH core courses require grades of A or B.

MSMIS/ MPH Curriculum Planner

 

M.S. in Management and Organizational Behavior/ Master of Business Administration

The M.B.A./M.S.M.O.B. dual degree combines the comprehensive business core of the M.B.A. with the strong people and organizational focus of the M.S.M.O.B. program. Students have sufficient elective courses to earn a concentration in any of the areas available in the M.B.A. program or to continue study in the M.S.M.O.B. area. This option requires application and admission to each degree program and the completion of all requirements for both degrees. The M.B.A./M.S.M.O.B. Program requires 96 credits.

MSMOB/ MBA Curriculum Planner

M.S. in Management and Organizational Behavior/ Master of Public Health

The M.S.M.O.B./M.P.H. dual degree option adds to any administration concentration of the M.P.H. program the strong people and organizational focus of the M.S.M.O.B. program. This option requires application and admission to each program and the completion of all requirements for both degrees. The M.B.A./M.P.H. program results in both the M.P.H. and the M.S.M.O.B. degrees and requires 96 credits.

MSMOB/MPH Curriculum Planner

M.S. in Management and Organizational Behavior/M.S. in Management Information Systems

The M.S.M.O.B/M.S.M.I.S. dual degree combines the strong people and organizational focus of the M.S.M.O.B. program with the in depth technical expertise in information systems provided by the M.I.S. courses. This option requires application and admission to each degree program and the completion of all requirements for both degrees. The M.S.M.O.B./M.S.M.I.S. program requires 96 credits.

MSMOB/ MSMIS Curriculum Planner

 

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