Michigan Ross Introduces MBA / MFA Dual-Degree Program

New four-year program begins in Autumn 2009

The University of Michigan's Ross School of Business and School of Art & Design are introducing a new, dual MBA / Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree this autumn. The four-year program will take one year less than pursuing both programs independently.

According to the university, the new program "joins a rigorous business curriculum with an immersion in the conceptualization, development and distribution of creative work."

For more information, please visit the Michigan Ross website.

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