There are several different ways to earn a master's degree at Washington University:
- There are a number of business disciplines that admit students to pursue a master's degree. Most of these are daytime programs for full-time students, but some are designed primarily for part-time students and offer their classes on weekends or during the evening.
- Students can pursue a dual degree by combining an MBA with one of Olin's specialized master's programs, or they may obtain a joint degree in combination with select graduate programs in Arts & Sciences.
- Undergraduate students may apply for the accelerated 3-2 program. Students apply for this program during their junior year of study in their undergraduate program, and their remaining two years are spent completing the MBA and any undergraduate requirements. This option is described in the Full-Time MBA section of this Bulletin.
- During their junior year, undergraduate students can also apply to one of the specialized master's programs and then complete their undergraduate degrees and master's degrees in an accelerated time frame.
Graduate Master's Programs
Specialized Master's Programs
- Master of Accounting (MACC)
- Master of Science in Supply Chain Management (MSSCM)
- Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSA)
- Finance options: