Students pursuing a JD at the Bowen School of Law or a PharmD at UAMS may concurrently pursue an MBA. Concurrent enrollment allows students to simultaneously earn two graduate degrees and to count some coursework toward both programs. JD/MBA students can potentially save 18 credit hours of course work otherwise required for both degrees. PharmD/MBA students can potentially save 15 hours of coursework through the concurrent degree program.
Candidates must apply to and meet admission requirements for both programs. In most cases, the GMAT/GRE MBA admission requirement can be waived. Students planning to pursue concurrent degrees must file a completed Declaration of Intent to Pursue a Concurrent Degree form with each program. Tuition and fees are paid directly to each institution.
Students pursuing concurrent JD/MBA programs must begin their studies at the Bowen Law School. For more information on pursuing a JD from the Bowen School of Law, contact the Law School directly. For more information on pursuing the PharmD from UAMS, contact UAMS directly.
Please click here for more information on how to apply to the MBA program and for a link to the online application.