Dual Degrees Overview

Enhance your professional portfolio by earning two degrees through our dual degree opportunities. Apply a portion of credits from one program to another (and often vice versa) to shorten the completion pathway for earning two graduate degrees. You’ll develop your business skills and diversify your professional credentials. Fox dual degrees are great ways to expand your career opportunities.

The Benefits of Dual Degrees:

Differentiate yourself professionally with two Temple degrees

Apply a portion of credits between both programs

Benefit from an abbreviated application and admissions process

Develop a depth and breadth of expertise that can set you apart

Sharpen your business perspective to expand your career opportunities

What Programs Are Available?

The Fox School offers dual degree programs that combine the Fox MBA with one of our Specialized Master’s programs:

The Fox School of Business also partners with other schools and colleges across Temple University to combine their specific expertise with our renowned business perspective:

How Does It Work?

While each dual degree program has its own admissions process and criteria, generally you will apply and enroll in one program and complete coursework before applying to the second program. You’ll experience an abbreviated application process to the second program—the Fox School will coordinate your transcripts and select other application materials—and, once admitted, be able to apply credits from one program to the other to expedite your dual degree path.

What Do I Gain?

With a dual degree, you’ll gain two professional credentials that can set you apart. Your Fox MBA will help you demonstrate a breadth of business and leadership knowledge, while your second graduate degree will enhance and validate your industry-specific expertise.

How Do I Apply?

Each dual degree program has its own admissions requirements and application process: please review each program’s application info page for details.

Before you apply, we recommend reaching out to one of our admissions representatives for more information.

Who Do I Contact with Questions?