This dual degree program requires at least 60 credit hours of coursework, with a minimum of 21 credits in business and 21 credits in public administration. Students who have not completed significant undergraduate coursework in business may be required to complete up to 15 additional credits in this program. Courses in the MBA program cover key foundational business principles in finance, accounting, marketing, management, economics, and statistics. Public administration courses cover a variety of topics in city management, personnel and labor relations, and community-clinical services, among others. Toward the end of the program, all dual degree students must choose to do either thesis or capstone research project courses.
Darell Singleterry, MBA Director ( DSingleterry@NewHaven.edu )
Cynthia Conrad, Ph.D., Associate Professor (CConrad@NewHaven.edu)