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Can you complete a dual masters MBA at Princeton?

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Can you complete a dual masters MBA at Princeton?

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Princeton University only offers one MBA program in total, and it is offered as a joint degree paired with a Master in Public Affairs (MPA). This is a three-year degree program pairing management studies with studies of public and international affairs. This program is offered through an arrangement with Stanford University's Graduate School of Business (GSB), because Princeton University does not otherwise offer an MBA degree program. Therefore, the program is structured based on attendance at both universities; it is recommended that students spent their first year studying at Princeton, their second year at Stanford's GSB, and then splitting their third year between the two. The program requires six core courses for each field of study within the program, an approved summer internship between the first and second years, and completion of certain qualification examinations. Furthermore, depending on how the student chooses to structure their study, a graduate policy workshop may also be required in the second year, if the third semester of enrollment aligns with the fall term (students can start the program in the semester of their choice).

For more information on getting an MBA, check out this article: Master of Business Administration (MBA): General Degree Overview

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