Program takes 3 years to complete, launches in 2014

The Stanford Graduate School of Business will launch a dual-degree MBA/MS in Computer Science in 2014, according to a Stanford news release.

The joint program will take three years to complete, and will arm students with the necessary skills to become "a manager and/or entrepreneur for new technology ventures," according to Stanford.

To enroll, students must apply to both programs separately. Requirements for admission include academic experience or a work background in a quantitative subject such as computer science, engineering, or mathematics.

For more information, please see the Stanford news release announcing the launch of the MBA/MS in Computer Science dual-degree program.

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