Starting this coming fall, incoming Stanford MBA students will be able to pursue a joint MS in computer science and an MBA in business. This duel degree program is ideal for business students who are interested in becoming managers or entrepreneurs in the area of technology and who have a strong computer science background.
A few details:
• The first year of the three-year program will focus on business, followed by a combination of MBA and computer science coursework over the subsequent two years.
• There will be a total of 45 credit units required in the computer science field and 84 credit units in the GSB, with up to 21 credit units that can overlap in both areas.
• GSB tuition is paid during the first two years and MA tuition during the final year.
Other joint degrees at Stanford GSB include MS Environment and Resources/MBA, MA Education/MBA, MPP/MBA, and JD/MBA.
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