At Ross, you can take advantage of the strengths of the broader University of Michigan and combine your MBA with a dual degree from one of more than 20 established programs. 



established dual-degree programs



More than 2/3 of the class of 2018 accepted jobs in New York, Seattle, San Francisco, Chicago, or internationally


Design your own

Student Initiated Dual Degrees available

Dual Degrees: Customize Your MBA

From law to medicine, engineering, natural resources and the environment, and many more, you may be able to pursue concurrent work in business and another discipline within the University of Michigan – and expand your network as well.

Most of our established dual degrees are completed in roughly three years and lead to both an MBA and a master's degree in another area. You may enroll in a dual degree program after being accepted to both Ross and the other school or college in which you are interested. Separate applications must be made to both schools; acceptance to either school is not contingent upon the other.

Find more information on process and requirements, as well as a full list of programs, on the Established MBA Dual Degree page.

Design Your Own Degree

A Student Initiated Dual Degree gives you the opportunity to truly customize your graduate business education experience and make the most of the tremendous resources available here at the University of Michigan.

Further details on designing your own dual degree experience can be found on the Student Initiated Dual Degree page.