The College of Business and the College of Engineering and Computer Science, through the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies, offers an innovative dual degree program awarding both an MBA and a Master of Science in Engineering in Industrial and Systems Engineering degree. The dual program requires 66 credit hours of specified coursework to earn both degrees.
This unique dual degree program has been carefully developed in direct response to an increasing need among employers in southeast Michigan, for professionals who are prepared for careers that require expertise in both technology and management.
Admissions and Administration
Students who wish to pursue the dual MBA and MSE-I&SE degree must meet the entrance requirements of, and gain admission, independently to both the College of Business, and Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering (IMSE). In addition to meeting the admission requirements for the MBA, applicants will also need to meet the requirements for MSE-IS&E admission. This includes:
- Introductory courses in:
- Statistics (IMSE 510 or equivalent).
- Operations Research (IMSE 500 or equivalent).
- Human Performance (IMSE 442 or equivalent).
- Three letters of recommendation.
- A bachelor of science degree in engineering, a physical science, computer science, or applied mathematics.
Advising, academic records, and student services for this Dual Degree program are handled by the COB Graduate Programs Office.