Dual MBA Degrees at NYU Stern

Should you earn your MBA or your JD? Each has its pros and cons and can set you up in different ways, so which is better? Instead of choosing, why not get both? That’s exactly what you can do at the NYU Stern School of Business through the school’s dual degree programs.

A dual degree means that you’ll graduate with both degrees on your diploma without doubling the cost and time commitment of graduate school. The Stern School offers a variety of degree paths, time periods and reasons to earn a dual degree; all you have to do is decide which option works best for you.

To help you make the best decision for your career and your graduate school experience, we’ve outlined the eight NYU Stern dual MBA degrees.

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