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Joint Degree MBA Programs
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Each of the Joint Degree MBA programs has been designed and is managed in collaboration with leading graduate schools within the University of Pittsburgh, to provide multiple focuses of study with an intensive, fast-tracked curriculum. The Katz Accelerated MBA curriculum provides the basis for a comprehensive understanding of business, even as you pursue your career in law, engineering, healthcare, international development, public administration, or social work. Combine your passion with the world of business.
The daily interaction of business and law in our society presents entrepreneurs, attorneys, and other professionals with a diverse set of challenges arising from public and private institutions, policies, and practices. A joint degree program can provide valuable interdisciplinary skills to tackle these challenges.
MBA/Master of Science in Engineering
Are you seeking a fast-track management career with a significant engineering and/or technological focus? The MBA/Master of Science (MS) in Engineering Dual-Degree Program is the answer, with full-time and part-time options available to suit your needs.
MBA/Master of Health Administration in Health Policy and Management
An outstanding opportunity to become highly skilled in the management of healthcare processes, quality, and finances, the MBA/MHA joint-degree program is designed to create future leaders in the management of healthcare organizations.
MBA/Master of International Development
Combining an MBA with a Master of International Development (MID) degree from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public and International Affairs opens many opportunities for a career in international finance, government financial regulation, or multinational corporations.
MBA/Master of Public and International Affairs
Combining an MBA with a Master of Public and International Affairs (MPIA) degree from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public and International Affairs opens many opportunities for a career in international finance, government financial regulation, or multinational corporations.
I chose Katz for my MBA because of the program’s strong focus on collaboration, the emphasis on sustainability for the future of business, and because of the friendly Pittsburgh area. I have found the faculty and students to be endless sources of inspiration.
Before I was accepted, my advisors and career management gave me a great sense of support, and it was cognizant that a group of leaders are striving to nurture my development as a business professional and support my success.