Double the return on your educational investment
Our MBA dual-degree programs are designed for outstanding students who want to reap the benefits of completing a dual degree in less time than it would take to complete the two degrees separately. The path to the dual-degree MBA is completed in five years, and is open to both students enrolled in bachelor of science and bachelor of arts programs. In both the BS/MBA and BA/MBA paths, students begin taking graduate courses during their senior year that count toward both an undergraduate degree and an MBA.
Our dual-degree curriculum emphasizes collaboration and critical thinking, and you’ll hone your leadership and presentation skills through group projects. You’ll explore the major challenges of today’s global business world and examine key topics, such as organizational behavior and financial analysis. Each program fosters the development of both hands-on skills and a global perspective through an experiential learning component and executive study abroad course.
Career development is central to both programs. You’ll receive guidance not only from our dedicated faculty and staff, but also a vast network of alumni eager to assist in internship and job search. Job fairs and recruiting events also connect you with representatives from prominent firms including Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, GE, Citi and Johnson & Johnson. With an intimate understanding of business, practical experiences and a foundation in subjects such as economics, finance and chemistry, you’ll graduate with a step up on your competition, ready to excel in a range of careers.
Internships across the globe
Megan Winagle '18, MBA '19 has had her fair share of unique experiences during her time as a Quinnipiac student. The international business major and MBA candidate landed an internship with Tasly Pharmaceuticals in China through our international business program, which she sees as a pivotal point in her college career.
Although she viewed this internship as a milestone, Winagle never stopped moving forward. When she returned from China she had more work ahead of her in the States.
"In the Summer of 2016, I had two internships, one as an international marketing intern for Tasly Pharmaceuticals and another as a clinical information systems intern with Dartmouth Hitchcock Memorial Hospital," she said. "I am excited for my upcoming merchandising internship this summer with TJX Companies."
“When I landed my internship in China, it solidified for me that all my hard work was paying off and getting me somewhere,” Winagle said.Megan Winagle '18, MBA '19
Access to the same career-building opportunities
While academics are at the forefront during your time at Quinnipiac, the faculty and staff always have your future in mind. Through a variety of internships, networking opportunities and access to recruiters from many of the most sought after corporations, we help you prepare for a successful career.
Visit our Career Development page to learn more about the many opportunities we offer, here on campus and through our vast network from the U.S. and around the globe.
BS/MBA Curriculum and Requirements
Fast Track BS/MBA Program of Study
Students in the Fast Track program may complete up to 9 credits of graduate courses during their senior year, which also fulfill undergraduate open electives. Students must work with their undergraduate adviser and the MBA director to ensure that the courses fit into both degree programs. Students must present satisfactory performance in their graduate course work completed during their senior year to be officially admitted into the graduate program upon completion of their BS degree. The BS/MBA curriculum consists of the MBA core courses plus a requirement to complete MBA 660 with an international travel component and MBA 688 MBA Internship.
BA/MBA Curriculum and Requirements
Fast Track BA/MBA Program of Study
It is recommended that students interested in the Fast Track BA/MBA program take the following undergraduate courses or equivalents early in their undergraduate program. These will prepare students for the recommended MBA classes during their senior year.
|AC 211||Financial Accounting||3|
|EC 111||Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|or EC 112||Principles of Macroeconomics|
|EC 271||Applied Statistical Methods||3|
Students may complete up to 10 credits of MBA courses during the senior year, 9 credits of which also fulfill undergraduate open elective requirements. Students must work with their undergraduate adviser and the MBA director to ensure that the courses fit into both degree programs. Students must present satisfactory performance in their graduate course work completed during their senior year to be officially admitted into the graduate program upon completion of their BA degree. The BA/MBA curriculum consists of the MBA core courses including a requirement to complete MBA 660 with an international travel component and MBA 688, a graduate internship.
Enrollment and Graduation Data
Enrollment and number of graduates
Student enrollment in the MBA program (on ground) in 2015-2016: 154
Number of MBA program (on ground) graduates:
- 2015-16: 111
- 2014-15: 97
- 2013-14: 87
- 2012-13: 106
- 2011-12: 94
Current Quinnipiac students can apply for this program up until the spring semester of their junior year using a special application form available in the School of Business. Admission into these dual-degree programs is competitive. Only students who have earned at least 75 credits with an overall GPA of 3.0 are considered. Meeting the minimum criteria for consideration does not guarantee admission.