With the relationship between industry and society becoming increasingly complex, the administration of private and public business enterprises requires greater interaction with the legal system. At the same time, there is an increasing need for lawyers who are fully trained in administration and management.
The value of an MBA goes beyond business.
Differentiate yourself with a dual-degree MBA from one of our partner schools.
It’s a competitive market, regardless of the industry you’re working in. An MBA adds value to any other degree you’re pursuing by demonstrating your exceptional work ethic and showcasing your multi-perspective problem. The MBA offers four dual-degree programs to help you set yourself apart in your chosen field of study.
MBA / J.D., University of Baltimore Law ~or~ University of Maryland Law
MBA / M.S. in Nursing, University of Maryland
The joint MBA/M.S.N. program is offered in conjunction with the University of Maryland School of Nursing to students seeking advanced preparation in business and nursing administration. The 66-credit curriculum combines elements of the MBA and M.S. programs and can be completed in two years of full-time study.
MBA / Pharm.D., University of Maryland
In conjunction with the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, the MBA/Pharm.D. program provides you with management skills and teaches you how to develop entrepreneurial capabilities for a pharmacy career in a diverse range of health-care areas. Enrollment in the dual-degree program allows for the transfer of seven pharmacy courses toward the MBA.
MBA / MSc, University of Essex, Essex Business School
In partnership with the University of Essex (U.K.), Essex Business School, students have an opportunity to earn a UBalt MBA and study in the U.S. Spend one year at Essex Business School and one year at the University of Baltimore's Merrick School of Business to earn your MSc and MBA dual degree in this 1+1 (24 month) program.