Stanford MBA Program Announces New Joint Degree

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Stanford dual mbaInterested in combining a passion for new technology ventures with an MBA degree? If so, the new MS Computer Science/MBA joint degree program launching at the Stanford Graduate School of Business may be for you.

More details are forthcoming, but for now, the business school notes that current MBA applicants are eligible for the new program, which will take approximately three academic years to complete. Students can “double-count” up to 21 units toward curricular requirements for the MBA and the MS, and 129 units total are required.

Program participants can choose a specialization from one of nine areas: Artificial Intelligence, Biocomputation, Computer and Network Security, Database Systems, Human-Computer Interaction, Real-World Computing, Software Theory, Systems, or Theoretical Computer Science.

We can expect more information about the program to post to the Stanford joint and dual degrees page soon, and if you’d like to learn more about this brand-new program, you can sign up for email updates through the school’s Stay in Touch form.

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