The Faculty of Graduate Studies has approved guidelines for Combined Degree Programs. A Combined Degree Program is a formal arrangement between two units offering programs whereby students may be registered simultaneously in two graduate programs (or in one Master’s program and one professional program such as JD or MD that normally admits students with undergraduate degrees). The University of Calgary presently offers the following combined degree programs: JD/MBA, MPM/MBA, MBT/MBA, MSW/MBA, MSc/MBA, PhD/MBA, MD/Master’s and MD/PhD.
The University of Calgary also provides opportunities for excellent doctoral students to undertake doctoral studies in collaboration with other universities nationally and internationally through the Doctoral Cotutelle Program. A doctoral cotutelle is a PhD degree designed, supervised and examined by faculty from two universities and jointly awarded by both universities.
Information and application packages are available from the relevant graduate programs.