The University at Buffalo School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the School of Management offer a five-year program leading to a combined Bachelor’s degree/Master’s degree in Business Administration.
This program reduces the typical path of a four year bachelor's degree and a two year MBA by one year. This is possible because of a slight reduction in undergraduate courses created by overlapping electives and the substitution of equivalent graduate-level courses. When completed, students’ records will indicate two degrees individually awarded as part of a combined degree program.
Students should apply to the MBA program during their Junior Year.
All academic requirements are outlined in the Undergraduate Catalog, including course and elective listings. Note: The edition of the catalog that contains students’ university and major requirements is determined by their academic year of entry or reentry and academic year of acceptance to the major.
Mechanical Engineering, BS/MBA students take 3 MAE Technical Electives. This is any 300/400 level 3-credit MAE course that is not a required ME course.
Current semester technical electives can be found here. Note: Please note that this list is not a guarantee of course availability, and some courses are subject to cancellation.
The two professional practice track courses required for the BS degree are satisfied by the MBA core when the requirements for the combined degree are fulfilled.
The applied math elective is satisfied by the MBA requirements MGQ 608 Statistical Analysis for Managers and MGQ 609 Analytics for Managers.
All UB students must take a specified number of general education courses. Several sets of requirements are potentially applicable depending on when (year) and how (transfer or freshman) a student entered UB. For more information contact the SEAS Office of Undergraduate Education.
The curriculum plan for the BS/MBA can be found here. Note: students should seek advisement from both the School of Management and Engineering in their fourth and fifth year.
Aaron W. Shaw
Assistant Director of Recruitment
School of Management, Graduate Programs Office
203 Alfiero Center