Thanks to the generosity of Madison, Wis., Certified Public Accounting firm Smith & Gesteland, LLC., the School of Business at Edgewood College is able to offer scholarship funding to our degree seeking graduate students. A total of $15,000 will be awarded to students enrolled in the Fall, 2015 semester. Eligibility is based on merit and financial need. Preference is given to new students. Application deadline – July 31. Learn more.
The MBA/MSA dual degree program is intended for students who wish to pursue a graduate business administration and accountancy degree jointly. When you meet the degree requirements for both programs, you’ll receive two graduate degrees, credentials that give you added value in the professional workforce. You’ll acquire an expertise in business core competencies and management skills and complete the accounting course requirements needed to be eligible to take the CPA exam.
The dual degree in business administration and accounting applies credits from 4 courses toward completion of two degrees at the same time, resulting in a significant savings in tuition and time than if each degree were earned separately. Learn more about degree and course requirements.
Applicants for the dual degree program should submit a single application to the Edgewood College MBA program. Admission requirements for the MBA and the MSA are identical. Students should meet with an advisor to declare their intention to pursue an MBA/MSA Dual Degree and plan their degree completion plan.
Current Edgewood College students enrolled in either the individual MBA or MSA programs who wish to add the dual degree should meet with their advisor to formulate a degree plan that will meet the requirements of both degrees.