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Combined Majors Business students have the option to major in more than one field of study. BSBA students can earn a total of two majors either both in business or one in business and one outside of the Olin School. Students must complete the specific courses required for the second major, but they are not required to complete the general requirements for the second degree.
Students should consult with their academic advisers for additional information. Minors Many departments and schools in the university offer minors. Business students also can pursue a minor outside of Olin Business School in any recognized academic discipline offered within the university by satisfactorily completing all the requirements for both the BSBA degree and the minor.
Required courses for a minor outside of business may range from 15 to 27 units, depending on the specific regulations of the academic department. A business student who applies for a minor and completes all of the requirements will have the award of the minor noted on the official transcript.
A student must be approved for admission to a minor program by the department offering the minor. Business students typically may not minor in a business subject.
However, BSBA students may choose our business of sports minor, business of entertainment minor, business of social impact, or the international business minor offered through the Olin Business School. Additional information, as well as information for students from other schools of Washington University who wish to pursue business minors, can be found in the Minors for Non-BSBA Degree Candidates section of this page.
Combined Degrees A student also can earn two undergraduate degrees simultaneously — a BSBA degree and another undergraduate degree offered at the university. The student must be admitted to the other degree-granting program, and they must meet specific degree requirements for both schools.
Typically, this option requires additional time to complete all requirements. Some courses may be used to satisfy both degree requirements simultaneously. Because requirements for a second degree vary from discipline to discipline, students should talk with their primary adviser to plan their program.
Students apply during the winter of their junior year and begin the full-time MBA program in the fall semester. They must complete at least 90 units of undergraduate course work before entering Olin's MBA program and then complete an additional 67 units of graduate-level courses.
Students should consult their academic adviser during their sophomore year regarding specific degree requirements.
If a student's undergraduate major is in Olin Business School, up to 6 units of remaining undergraduate course work will apply toward the 67 units required in the MBA program. Specialized Master's Programs A specialized master's degree is highly concentrated and singular in focus, providing intensive education in one business discipline.
Olin Business School offers a variety of specialized master's programs. Visit our Specialized Master's Programs website for details.
Further information is available in the Graduate Programs Office in Knight Hall, Roomor by emailing the programs using the contact information below.
Undergraduate students interested in pursuing a specialized master's degree should contact the Graduate Programs Office as early as possible. Combined Program General Principles and Guidelines are as follows: Undergraduate students should apply to a specialized master's program SMP during their junior year as defined by credit hours in order to allow sufficient lead time for an admissions decision and for academic planning.Future Warfare: Rethinking the Principles of War - project by the Office of Force Transformation (OFT).
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