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Graduate Studies Calendar 2012-2013 Academic Regulations C. Combined and Interdisciplinary Degrees
C. Combined and Interdisciplinary Degrees
Combined Degree Programs

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 approved students may be registered simultaneously in two programs. The requirements for both degrees must be completed before the student can graduate. The University of Calgary presently offers the following combined degree programs: JD/MBA, MSW/MBA, MBT/MBA, MSc/MBA, PhD/MBA, MD/Master’s degree, and MD/PhD. Information and application packages are available from the relevant graduate programs.