Dec 03, 2022
The Haslam College of Business and the Tickle College of Engineering offer an integrated program leading to the conferral of the Master of Business Administration degree with a major in business administration (concentration in operations management) and the Master of Science with a major nuclear engineering.
The establishment of the dual degree program addresses the critical need for personnel trained in both engineering and management who can integrate an increasingly complex body of knowledge for rapid introduction of new products to the marketplace. The objective of the dual degree program is to prepare graduates to take a leading management role in companies that must react quickly to a dynamic market where forces of competition require rapid changes via short cycles in design, manufacturing, and product development.
Nuclear Engineering — Thesis, Project
Business Administration — Course Only without Comprehensive Exam:
- Applicants for the MBA-MS program must make separate applications to and be accepted by Graduate Admissions for the Master of Business Administration, and Graduate Admissions for the Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering.
- Students who are accepted into the MBA-MS program will be assigned an advisor in each of the two majors, who will be responsible for course approval and supervision of the students’ progress through the dual program.
- Applications by United States citizens and permanent residents received after the MBA application deadline (February 1) will be considered as space allows. Additional information is required and different application dates are established by Graduate Admissions for international students.
- Dual degree candidates must satisfy the curriculum and graduation requirements of the Haslam College of Business and the Tickle College of Engineering.
Credit Hours Required
- 60 or 63 graduate credit hours
- 36 credit hours of course work in the Haslam College of Business.
- 24 or 27 credit hours in the Nuclear Engineering curriculum depending on the option chosen for the Master of Science:
- Thesis Option (27 credit hours): 21 credit hours of course work plus 6 credit hours of NE 500 .
- Project Option (24 credit hours): 21 credit hours of course work plus 3 credit hours of NE 598 .
- Master of Science in Computer Engineering
- Thesis Option – write and defend the thesis in NE 500
- Project Option – culminating experience in NE 598
- The student’s guidance committee should have representation from both the Nuclear Engineering and Business faculty to ensure that degree requirements for both the MBA and MS are fully met.