MBA/MPP Joint Degree Program

Top universities offering MBA/MPP (Master of Public Policy) joint degree program:

Harvard University
- Harvard Business School (HBS) and Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) have created the joint degree program in business and government: the Master in Business Administration/Master in Public Policy (MBA/MPP).
- This program is structured to be completed in three years.
- HKS is tied for 2nd in the U.S. News & World Report listing of top graduate schools of public affairs (2008). It is also ranked 1st in the Specialty Rankings: Public-Policy Analysis.

Stanford University
- The MPP/MBA joint degree allows students to simultaneously pursue an MBA from the Graduate School of Business and an MPP degree from the Public Policy Program at the School of Humanities and Sciences.
- Stanford's MBA program is rated 3rd among US Schools in the 2010 Financial Times Global MBA Rankings.

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
- The Department of Public Policy and the John E. Anderson School of Management offer a three-year concurrent degree program whereby students simultaneously pursue the Master of Public Policy and the MBA degrees.
- The program is designed for those who seek careers that require expertise in policy making and management.
- UCLA Anderson School of Management is ranked 23rd in North America by The Economist in September 2010.

Pepperdine University
- The MPP/MBA degree is a joint program between the School of Public Policy and the Graziadio School of Business and Management full-time program.
- Forbes magazine has ranked the Fully-Employed MBA program in the world's Top 20 based on ROI. The Graziadio School has been placed among the top 20 business schools in leadership development in Warren Bennis' Leadership Excellence magazine.

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