A Dual Degree that Brings Your Professional Passions Together
This dual MBA/MSCS offers those who seek to develop a solid understanding of business administration and computer science and applying those concepts within any field. The program will provide students with the needed skills, knowledge, and tools to become visionary and creative leaders within industry.
The dual in MBA/MSCS is open to individuals who have a bachelor’s degree in any degree. You must have a bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year institution in the United States or proof of equivalent education at an international college or university.
Applicants must have completed courses and their prerequisites equivalent to our undergraduate Programming Languages (CS 326), Operating Systems (CS 370), Discrete Mathematics II (MATH 351), and Statistical Methods I (STAT 411) with an average grade of B or better. The Computer Science Admission Committee may elect to admit an outstanding applicant who has not satisfied all of the background requirements on a conditional basis. The student must complete these requirements before full admission to the program is granted.
Students who have not completed all the following courses (or equivalent courses) as part of their bachelor's degree may be required to complete them as a condition of their admission. If taken as part of their master's degree program, these courses may count toward the 30 credits required. CS 656 Automata and Formal Languages, CS 677 Analysis of Algorithms, CS 660 Compiler Construction
Applicants would submit one application and pay one application fee. Your application will be reviewed by both the LEE MBA and the computer science departments for admission consideration.
Dual Degree Program Structure
The dual MBA/MSCS is a 60 credit-hour program in which students take 30 credits prescribed by the MSCS department and 30 credits in Business Administration. Students receive dual degrees: an MBA and an MSCS. Full-time students typically receive their degree within 2.5 to 3 years, while part-time students average between 3 and 5.5 years.
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