New Business/Government Joint Degree Program to Begin at Harvard in 2008

Three-year program a cooperation between HBS and the Kennedy School of Govermnent

Harvard University recently announced the launch of a new joint degree program in business and government. The new program is a cooperation between the Harvard Business School (HBS) and Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.

Graduates of the three-year program will receive either a Master in Business Administration/Master in Public Policy (MBA/MPP) or a Master in Business Administration/Master in Public Administration-International Development (MBA/MPA-ID)

The course will begin in 2008, with prospective students applying beginning in Fall 2007.

More information can be found here.

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