Good business is built on strong partnerships. Business education is no different.
At Widener University, the School of Business Administration works with other academic units on campus to offer graduate-level business education to students in disciplines ranging from law and engineering to clinical psychology and medicine.
The following dual degree programs are currently being offered.
Widener's Schools of Law and Business Administration have a dual degree program designed to grant the JD/MBA degree within four years. The combined degree program results in a fully integrated curriculum where the disciplines of law and business administration complement each other, affording an opportunity to grasp the relationships more readily than if each field were studied separately.
Master of jurisprudence in corporate law with a concentration in regulatory analysis & compliance can be earned as a dual degree program with the master of business administration. The MJ/MBA is an online program designed to accommodate the working professional seeking to improve employment opportunities or simply to keep pace with changing regulatory requirements.
The Schools of Engineering and Business Administration have collaborated to offer a program for engineers who have managerial and technical responsibilities. Completion of the required curriculum leads to the degrees of master of engineering and master of business administration.
Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University and the Widener University School of Business Administration have a joint program designed to grant the MD/MBA-HCM degrees within five years. As the health care system has become more complex, the need for physician managers has grown. The dual degree program is designed to prepare physician managers who will operate in the interface between clinical practice and management.
The PsyD/MBA program is based on the premise that many health care and other organizations are in need of well-trained leaders who integrate psychological and business-organizational knowledge. The program awards the MBA offered by the University's School of Business Administration and the doctor of psychology (PsyD) degree offered by the University's Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology. Jointly, the health administration/psychological training is designed to enable graduates to pursue a variety of career choices, including director–administrator, teacher, consultant, advocate, policy maker, and practicing clinical psychologist.
Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University and Widener's School of Business Administration have a joint program designed to grant the MD/MBA-HCM degrees within five years. As the health care system has become more complex, the need for physician-managers has grown. The dual degree program is designed to prepare physician-managers who will operate in the interface between clinical practice and management. The physician-manager will be trained to make decisions that consider the balance among quality, access, cost effectiveness, and efficiency.
Dual degree programs require separate admission to each of the programs. Contact the SBA Graduate Programs Office (see contact information on left) for more information.