The Haas School offers concurrent degree programs in areas of special interest to business professionals. Earning a dual degree offers Berkeley MBA graduates new levels of flexibility and proficiency for unique career opportunities both in the United States and abroad.
The JD/MBA program provides you with a solid foundation in both law and management. Upon completion of this four-year program, you earn:
Typically, you spend your first two years in law school and your third year in business school. During your fourth year, you take elective courses in both schools.
The Haas School and the UC Berkeley School of Public Health work in partnership to train leaders in the rapidly expanding health management field. In the 2.5-year MBA/MPH program, you earn both the MBA and Masters of Public Health degrees. You take courses in both schools, as well as complete a three-month internship in a health organization. The program prepares you for senior positions in health-related industries, including:
This three-year MBA/MA program allows you to broaden your knowledge of different regions or countries by taking internationally-oriented topical, language, and area study courses from departments and schools across UC Berkeley. You may focus on either a topic or an area. Topics include international or global issues, such as:
The Haas School and Columbia Business School offer an exchange program for MBA students in the fall of their second year. Haas exchange students have the opportunity to take advantage of Columbia's proximity to Wall Street and the media and entertainment industries in New York, while Columbia students who come to Haas gain exposure to Silicon Valley's technology industry, as well as west coast finance firms and other industries such as biotech. Up to three students from each school may participate each year.
McKinsey and Company
"Thanks to the combination of the comprehensive curriculum, the excellent faculty and my extremely smart classmates, I felt completely prepared for my internship. My managers at McKinsey must have felt the same way because I received a full-time job offer."