Dual degree programs are designed to take advantage of opportunities for “shared” course content, with the benefits of cost savings and reduced time to completion for participants. Montclair State University and the Feliciano School of Business currently offer two dual degree programs–the MBA/Masters of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) program and the Masters in Public Health /MBA program. Both allow students to earn two Master’s degrees in as few as 2.5 years!
Combined Degree Programs
The “4 + 1” Bachelors/MBA is a five year program, during which students will spend three years taking courses required for their chosen bachelor’s degree program and in their fourth year, they will complete (along with required undergraduate program courses) 6 credits worth of graduate business (MBA) coursework that both satisfy undergraduate degree requirements and count toward achievement of the MBA degree.
BS/MS in Accounting
This 5-year degree program combines our BS and MS in Accounting programs and prepares students to become Certified Public Accountants (CPA). Our Accounting program, accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), helps students develop strong, comprehensive functional and technical skills and provides a specialized, in-depth understanding of the complexities of current accounting, auditing and tax practice.
The “4 + 1” Bachelor’s/MS in Business Analytics (MSBA) is a five year program, during which students will spend three years taking courses required for their chosen bachelor’s degree program and in their fourth year, they will complete (along with required undergraduate program courses) 6 credits worth of MSBA coursework.
Study Abroad Opportunities
The Study Abroad program provides opportunities for students at the Feliciano School of Business to participate in international short term programs and semester/year long exchanges. Undergraduate students have the opportunity to study abroad for a semester or year through a university exchange or with our affiliate partners. Exchanges are available in the Fall, Spring, and Summer terms.
Graduate students will be able to experience globally immersive opportunities in emerging economies during their program and MBA students have participated in unique experiences led by the School of Business faculty to over 25 countries and 40+ non – U.S. cities in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and South America.