UCLA Anderson offers 10 concurrent degree programs for full-time MBA students.
Concurrent degree programs allow students to earn an MBA plus another UCLA graduate degree in a combined track, providing the opportunity to develop theoretical and practical knowledge in another discipline simultaneously with your MBA studies.
Applicants must submit separate application materials to each program, following the instructions set forth on each program's website. Admissions decisions for concurrent degree programs are made separately by each academic department, and you must be admitted to both programs to be considered a concurrent degree student. For admission to the MBA program, concurrent degree applicants are evaluated as part of the entire MBA applicant pool. A student already enrolled in one program is not automatically guaranteed admission to the other program.
Please contact Vickie Euyoque, associate director of MBA Admissions, with any questions on concurrent degree programs. Contact information for other UCLA graduate departments is listed below.
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