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Concurrent degrees and certificates
Set yourself apart. You can pursue two degrees at once or supplement your W. P. Carey MBA with a technical certificate. No matter which option you choose, you'll maximize your time in graduate school and elevate the value of your top-ranked MBA.
Highlight existing strengths in your resume or developing new proficiencies to advance your career. If you're planning to complete your W. P. Carey MBA within two years, you can earn a concurrent degree offered by ASU's Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering or Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law. Choosing concurrent degrees allow you to earn two degrees in less time and for less expense than pursuing them separately.
Learn more about adding a second degree to your MBA:
Evening MBA/Master of Engineering
Through an innovative concurrent degree program, you can earn a W. P. Carey MBA and a Master of Engineering (MEng) from the Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering. Further expand your technical proficiency while receiving a top-ranked MBA by incorporating a specialization in one of three areas:
- Systems Engineering
- Quality, Reliability, & Statistical Engineering
- Engineering Management
The MBA/MEng concurrent degree is an option over and above the 48 credits required in the Evening MBA program. If you wish to pursue the concurrent degree, you should make that decision during the application process, allowing you to earn two degrees in a shorter period of time and at lower cost than if the each degree were pursued separately.
Forty-eight credit hours are required to complete the MBA, 12 of which will consist of a technical certificate offered through the Engineering program and is applicable to both degrees. Upon completion of the MBA, only nine additional credit hours (three classes) are required to achieve the MEng degree. Those credits may be fulfilled any time after you graduate from the W. P. Carey MBA, although most students complete these classes the following summer or fall semester.
This concurrent degree program is only offered in conjunction with the W. P. Carey Evening MBA program that begins in the fall.
You must meet the admission requirements for both the W. P. Carey MBA and the Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering MEng. Acceptance to the MBA program does not guarantee acceptance to the MEng program. To apply for any concurrent degree, you must use the Supplemental Application Form. Additionally, you must submit a concurrent degree application to the ASU Graduate College. When submitting the online application to the concurrent degree, select Concurrent Degree - W. P. Carey MBA/MEng.
The MEng program requires that you possess a Bachelor of Science degree (preferably in engineering or mathematics) and relevant work experience.
Evening MBA/Master of Legal Studies
The MBA/Master of Legal Studies (MBA/MLS) program is offered through a cooperative arrangement between the faculties of the W. P. Carey School of Business and the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. The concurrent degree will allow you to work in areas where business and law intersect and earn two degrees in less time than pursuing them separately
A total of 63 hours are required for completion of the MBA/MLS concurrent degree
- Classes for the Evening MBA are scheduled two nights a week; MLS classes are scheduled during the day
- During the first three semesters, you take only business classes
- During the final semester, you will take only law courses
Special Application and Program Notes
- You must complete application requirements for both programs. You should select the concurrent degree when applying.
- Although the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and the W. P. Carey School of Business will make independent admissions decisions, each application will invite you to indicate that you have applied, or have been admitted, to the other program.
- GMAT or GRE scores must be submitted to satisfy admission requirements to the MBA program.
- Master of Legal Studies applications do not require GMAT, LSAT, or GRE scores, but may require additional supplemental items.
- Official transcripts and letters of recommendation must be sent to ASU’s Office of Graduate Education. Each program may have different requirements regarding supplemental documents.
Each program maintains separate deadlines. You must be admitted to both programs and each school’s office of admissions will render independent decisions.
As an Evening MBA student, you can expand your technical proficiency with a certificate from the highly ranked Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering:
- Lean Six Sigma Black Belt certificate