Dual Degree MBA Programs

The University of Michigan-Flint provides arrangements for students to pursue two degrees simultaneously. Dual degree programs lead to two different degree citations on the transcript and two separate diplomas. The purpose of a dual degree program is to allow students to undertake complementary programs of graduate study simultaneously through streamlined curricular arrangements that allow double-counting of courses.

 

Dual MBA & MS in Leadership & Organizational Dynamics

By focusing on teamwork, leadership, and effective decision-making processes, the dual MBA/MSLOD prepares professionals for leadership challenges through in-depth exploration of the theoretical underpinnings of leadership, organizational dynamics and the application of general management principles.   Through cross-recognition of courses, this dual master’s program leads to two degrees: the Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Leadership and Organizational Dynamics.  Students can count up to 15 credits toward both degrees and the program ranges from 51-60 credits based on foundation course waivers. 

Please refer to the online catalog for the specific degree requirements. 
 
 

For questions about each program, please contact: 

MBA Program
Craig Gomolka
Business Recruiter
810-237-6676
cgomolka@umich.edu

 
Dual MBA & MS in Accounting

Through cross-recognition of courses between the Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Accounting programs, this dual master’s program requires between 45 and 60 credits (depending on undergraduate background), 15 fewer than if the degree were completed independently of each other. The program leads to two degrees, the Master of Business Administration and the Master of Science in Accounting.

This dual master’s program is primarily available through the Net+ (mixed) delivery mode. MBA courses in the program are also available through on-campus (traditional) mode. The MSA accounting elective courses may be available through Net+, online, or on-campus mode.

Please refer to the online catalog for the specific degree requirements. 
 
 
For questions about each program, please contact: 
 
MBA Program
Craig Gomolka
Business Recruiter
810-237-6676
cgomolka@umich.edu

 

Dual MBA & MS in Computer Science and Information Systems

Through cross-recognition of courses between the MBA and MS in Computer Science and Information Systems program, this dual master’s program requires nine fewer credits than if the degrees were completed independently of each other. The program leads to two degrees: a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and a Master of Science (MS) in Computer Science and Information Systems with a concentration in Information Systems.

This dual master’s program is available in a traditional, on-campus format or through a format that combines the Management courses in the Net+ format (online with on-campus sessions every six weeks) with the Computer Science and Information Systems courses in the multi-media Cyber Classroom format (tailored to the student’s, needs from completely online to completely on-campus).

Please refer to the online catalog for the specific degree requirements.
 

For questions about each program, please contact: 

MBA Program
Craig Gomolka
Business Recruiter
810-237-6676
cgomolka@umich.edu
 
CIS Program
Susie Churchill
Computer Science, Engineering, and Physics
Program Manager-MS-CSIS
810-762-3131
vissers@umich.edu

 

 
Dual MBA & MS in Lean Manufacturing

The Dual MBA/MSLM Program from the University of Michigan-Flint and Kettering University is designed to provide you with management, leadership, foundations in business and an in-depth specialized expertise of lean production systems that you will need to grow and lead within your organization.  In addition to earning two master’s degrees from two respected universities, you will take fewer courses than if you had completed both programs separately. Once you complete their MSLM from Kettering University, you will be able to count four courses from the MSLM program toward your MBA degree.  The courses that will count toward the General MBA will be MFGO 601, 619, 633, and 635. 

MBA/MSLM Program Details

For questions about each program, please contact: 

MBA Program
Craig Gomolka
Business Recruiter
810-237-6676
cgomolka@umich.edu

 

Dual Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) & MASTER OF BUSINESS aDMINISTRATION (mba)

The DNP/MBA is for UM-Flint Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) students and graduates with an interest in Business/Healthcare Administration.  The curriculum allows the DNP student or graduate to apply up to 15 specified credits toward both degrees.  The degrees are independent; each is awarded when completed with specified credits accepted for the second degree after the first has been awarded.  The MBA degree is awarded with a concentration in Health Care Management.

These dual program courses are offered in a variety of formats:  online, on-campus, and Net+ (online with on-campus sessions every six weeks).

The student applies for admission to both degree programs independently and the GMAT/GRE requirement MBA admission is waived.

Please refer to the online catalog for the specific degree requirements.
 
 

For questions about each program, please contact: 

MBA Program
Craig Gomolka
Business Recruiter
810-237-6676
cgomolka@umich.edu
 

DNP Program
Brooke Michael
Academic Advisor, Nursing
(810) 762-0891
jbjkk@umich.edu

 

Dual Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) & Master of Business Administration (MBA)

The DPT/MBA is for UM-Flint Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) students and graduates with an interest in Business/Healthcare Administration and/or Private Practice. The curriculum allows the DPT student or graduate to apply up to 15 specified credits toward both degrees. The degrees are independent; each is awarded when completed with specified credits accepted for the second degree after the first has been awarded. The MBA degree is awarded with a concentration in Health Care Management.

These dual program courses are offered in a variety of formats: in online, on-campus, and the Net+ format (online with on-campus sessions every six weeks).

The student applies for admission to both degree programs independently. The GRE is required for admission to the DPT program. Thus, the DPT student does not have to complete the GMAT/GRE for admission to the MBA program.

Please refer to the online catalog for the specific degree requirements.
 
 

For questions about each program, please contact: 

MBA Program
Craig Gomolka
Business Recruiter
810-237-6676
cgomolka@umich.edu
 

DPT
810-762-3373

 

DUAL Master of Arts in Liberal Studies & Graduate Certificate

The Master of Arts in Liberal Studies/Graduate Certificate in Business program encourages intellectual and personal development, prepares individuals for leadership through high-level engagement, and promotes the advanced problem-solving, decision-making and management skills required for a professional career in the arts and business. 

Please refer to the online catalog for the specific degree requirements.
 
 

For questions about each program, please contact: 

Graduate Certificate
Craig Gomolka
Business Recruiter
810-237-6676
cgomolka@umich.edu
 
MA Liberal Studies
Dr. Jan Furman
Program Director
810-762-3463