College of Business and Innovation

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Graduate Programs Office
Stranahan Hall Suite 1016
419.530.5680 (Phone)
419.530.8498 (Fax)
COBIGradPrograms@Utoledo.edu
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M-T: 8:30AM-5PM
F: 8:30AM-4PM

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Stranahan Hall 5017
419.530.2558
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Dual Degree Programs

The BS/MBA program provides an opportunity to earn a dual degree through an integrated curriculum. Successful completion of the dual degree program leads to the awarding of two degrees. The BS in Engineering or Engineering Technology degree is awarded by the College of Engineering and the MBA degree is awarded by the College of Business and Innovation. It is anticipated that by enrolling in the two programs simultaneously, a total of five years will be required for completion of both degrees.

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The JD/MBA program provides an opportunity to earn a dual degree through an integrated curriculum. Successful completion of the dual degree program leads to the awarding of two degrees. The Juris Doctor degree is awarded by the College of Law, and the MBA degree is awarded by the College of Business and Innovation.

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The MD/MBA program provides an opportunity to earn a dual degree through an integrated curriculum. Successful completion of the dual degree program leads to the awarding of two degrees. The Doctor of Medicine degree is awarded by the College of Medicine and Life Sciences the MBA degree is awarded by the College of Business and Innovation.

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The MPH/MBA program provides an opportunity to earn a dual degree through an integrated curriculum. Successful completion of the dual degree program leads to the awarding of two degrees. The Master of Public Health degree is awarded by the College of Medicine and Life Sciences and the MBA degree is awarded by the College of Business and Innovation.

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The PharmD/MBA program provides an opportunity to earn a dual degree through an integrated curriculum. Successful completion of the dual degree program leads to the awarding of two degrees. The PharmD degree is awarded by the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and the MBA degree is awarded by the College of Business and Innovation.

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The College of Business and Innovation in conjunction with the College of Arts and Letters offers a plan of study for students wishing to major in Disability Studies (DST), minor in Business, and transition into the MBA program. This program provides a unique opportunity to combine undergraduate studies in business and social science in preparation for further graduate studies in business. This plan of study will guide students toward completing their undergraduate studies (major in DST/minor in business) by the end of their 7th semester and completing their MBA by their 10th semester.

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Last Updated: 9/21/17