Fairfield Dolan Launches New MBA/MSBA Dual Degree

Fairfield Dolan Launches New MBA/MSBA Dual Degree

The program is designed to help prepare students with both technology-driven skills and broad, strategic perspectives.

This dual degree provides students with the well-rounded business curriculum of an MBA paired with the robust, technical curriculum of business analytics.

— Fairfield Dolan Dean Zhan Li, DBA

To prepare business professionals with both broad strategic perspectives and the analytical capacity to make decisions based on data, Fairfield University's Charles F. Dolan School of Business has launched the new dual Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) degree program. The program combines foundational business skills with specialized knowledge for data management and analytics. Depending on prior background and knowledge, students can complete the dual degree program with as few as 48 credits up to a maximum of 60 credits.

The MBA/MSBA dual degree prepares professionals with data analytics and strategic management skills so graduates stand out in today’s highly demanding and competitive job market. The MBA degree develops students with skills in accounting, finance, economics, marketing, management, and operations, while the MSBA degree develops students with specialized knowledge and skills for data management and analytics.

“The MBA/MSBA Dual Degree program offers students the benefit of earning two degrees in one streamlined and efficient program,” said Fairfield Dolan Dean Zhan Li, DBA. “This dual degree provides students with the well-rounded business curriculum of an MBA paired with the robust, technical curriculum of business analytics.”

Learn more about the new MBA/MSBA dual degree program.

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