Master of Engineering (MENG): Master of Business Administration MBA/MENG Dual Degree

MBA for Engineers: Receive a Master of Engineering Degree and a Master of Business Administration

As traditional business requirements evolve and new challenges are born, the need for engineers with both technical and management backgrounds grows. Your UConn MBA can make a lasting impact on your career, your life and the world around you. So shouldn't it be designed to meet your own professional and personal requirements? Introducing the new UConn MBA, designed to give you maximum flexibility and consistent quality of experience in whatever combination of modalities you choose – online or in person, synchronous or asynchronous, daytime or nighttime, part-time or full-time. All of the above, any combination. That's the new MBA Your Way, only at UConn!

For engineers who plan to move into management, a partnership between UConn’s School of Engineering and School of Business allows you to earn a dual Master of Business Administration (MBA)/Master of Engineering (MENG) degree.

By boosting both your engineering skills and your business acumen, this program is ideal for professional engineers like yourself who want to continue to focus full-time on their career while going to school part-time earning this increasingly valuable graduate degree. Students can also dive in to accomplish this program as a full time student. The choice is yours!

The dual MBA/ Master of Engineering (MENG) program is designed with you, the working student, in mind. Courses are offered in the evening with the option of a distance learning component. Depending on the number of courses taken each semester, you can expect the program to take four to five years to complete.

To view the MBA/Master of Engineering (MENG) dual degree program. Plan of Study CLICK HERE.

For more information about UConn's MBA Your Way CLICK HERE.

This current MENG concentration is not eligible for UConn visa sponsorship. Please contact ISSS for more information regarding programs that allow UConn visa sponsorship at

Application Deadlines

Spring Semester:
December 2nd

Summer Semester:
April 21st