Beginning in the fall of 2016, Johns Hopkins University is offering a new dual degree program that will allow students to earn a bachelor’s degree in engineering and an MBA degree within five-years. The dual degree program will be offered through the Whiting School of Engineering and Carey Business School.
The dual degree program is constructed to allow students to complete their coursework for both degrees within five years. While the program is designed for students with diverse academic backgrounds, it is particularly suited for engineering students majoring in Applied Mathematics and Statistics, Computer Science, and General Engineering.
Students pursuing a dual degree will begin with their bachelor’s degree courses at the Whiting School of Engineering during years one through three. In year four, students will be fully immersed in the Carey Business School’s full-time Global MBA program and will complete a summer internship. Year five will cover the remaining coursework for degrees at both schools. The five-year timeframe for the completion of two degrees offers a substantial savings of time and money for students over pursuing the degrees separately.
Whiting School undergraduates interested in learning more about the dual bachelor’s/MBA program should contact Ms. Seon Jeon, assistant director of admissions at the Carey Business School.