MPP-MBA

Positive Change Through Social Impact

The combination of a Master in Public Policy from the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs and a Masters in Business Administration from the Carlson School of Management is designed for students interested in careers that require expertise in policymaking and management, and graduates will find career opportunities in public service, nonprofit, and the private sector

Both located on the Minneapolis campus, the MHA-MBA offers students to complete both degrees in three years. To complete in this time frame students will carry a very demanding course load. After acceptance into the dual degree program, students meet with both their MPP and MBA advisors to be sure that their study plan satisfies both degree requirements. 

 

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Candidates must apply for both programs and be admitted separately in order to pursue the dual degree.  After acceptance into the dual degree program, students meet with both their MPP and MBA advisors to be sure that their study plan satisfies both degree requirements. While the dual degree MPP-MBA enables students to complete the two degrees in a shorter time frame than they would if the degrees were pursued separately, it does not diminish the number of credits or costs for either program

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Both the MBA and MPP offer career services that help you achieve your career goal. Careers of MPP-MBA graduates are as wide-ranging as the industries represented here in the Twin Cities. This includes financial services, healthcare, energy, food&agriculture, consulting, public services and non-profit space.

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MPP-MBA students pay the tuition and fees at the school through which they are registered each semester. Scholarships are awarded separately by each program and are applied when a student is enrolled in that designated program.

All applicants admitted to Carlson are automatically considered for merit-based scholarships. 

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Full-Time & Part-Time MBA Programs

Email: ftmba@umn.edu
Phone: 612-625-5555

MPP Program

Phone: 612-624-3800
Email: hhhadmit@umn.edu