Dual Degree Programs

The School of Business offers numerous dual degree programs in collaboration with Campbell University’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law, College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, and Divinity School. Students in graduate programs at these partner schools have the opportunity to attain two degrees simultaneously, helping them gain a competitive edge upon graduation.

Non-profits seeking to manage resources more effectively, and research firms and pharmacies seeking a competitive edge, are finding that job recruits with specialized industry knowledge paired with business acumen provide the desired lift to their operations. Public health, pharmacy, clinical research, as well as legal and religious institutions need employees who can lead in management and strategy.

Dual Degree students take a mix of traditional day time full semester classes and evening 8-week courses and are permitted to take courses at any of our locations — in Buies Creek, Downtown Raleigh, or Online.

Dual Degrees are offered in the following areas:

Further develop your management skills, gain exposure to various areas of the pharmacy business, and expand your leadership and problem solving abilities.

Through a cooperative arrangement between the Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences and the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business students may pursue the Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree. The combination of the PharmD and the MBA curriculum is designed to help students further develop their management skills, gain exposure to various areas of the pharmacy business, and expand their leadership and problem solving abilities. Students are prepared for careers in health sector management, leadership and policy, as well as owning an independent pharmacy.

MBA Curriculum for the PharmD/MBA Dual Degree

In addition to the courses required for the PharmD degree, students must complete the curriculum below for the MBA portion of the degree. Through careful planning, most students add only an additional 10 courses (28 hours) to their overall curriculum.

CORE MBA COURSES

(10 courses for a total of 28 credit hours)

ELECTIVE COURSES

(choose 3 courses for a total of 9 credit hours)

MBA 700: Orientation to Innovation, Design Thinking & the CU MBA

MBA 710: Accounting for Decision Making

MBA 720: Applied Economics for Business Leaders

MBA 730: Finance and Capital Management

MBA 740: Communication & Critical Thinking for Ethical Decision Making

MBA 750: Organizational Culture in a Changing Environment

MBA 760: Business Analytics

MBA 770: Digital and Contemporary Marketing Strategies

MBA 780: Global Supply Chain Management

MBA 790: Strategic Management “Live Case” Seminar

The School of Business will accept up to 3 courses (9 credit hours) from the Pharm/D curriculum as credit toward the MBA elective curriculum.

Options for Substitution Courses from School of Pharmacy to the School of Business are:

  • PHAR 511 – Jurisprudence
  • PHAR 523 – Special Research Projects in Pharmacy Practice
  • PHAR 561 – Pharmacoeconomics
  • PHAR 583 – Advanced Pharmacy Marketing & Management
  • PHAR 584 – Advanced Community Pharmacy Management
  • PHAR 586 – Advanced Hospital Management
  • PHAR 587 – Advanced Financial Management for Pharmacists
  • PHAR 588 – Industrial Pharmacy Management

Solidify your understanding of both the law and the latest business management practices and prepare yourself for a variety of administrative or executive roles within the corporate, legal, government or nonprofit communities.

Through a cooperative arrangement between the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law and the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business, students may pursue the Juris Doctor (JD) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) degrees. This program is designed to foster a solid understanding of both the law and the latest business management practices. Individuals who graduate with a JD/MBA will be ready to move into a wide variety of administrative or executive roles within the corporate, legal, government or nonprofit communities. This positions graduates to pursue employment in private law firms or even to serve as general counsels in public and private companies.

MBA Curriculum for JD/MBA Dual Degree

In addition to the courses required for the JD degree, students must complete the curriculum below for the MBA portion of the degree. Through careful planning, most students complete the requirements for this dual degree within three years.

CORE MBA COURSES

(10 courses for a total of 28 credit hours)

ELECTIVE COURSES

(choose 3 courses for a total of 9 credit hours)

MBA 700: Orientation to Innovation, Design Thinking & the CU MBA

MBA 710: Accounting for Decision Making

MBA 720: Applied Economics for Business Leaders

MBA 730: Finance and Capital Management

MBA 740: Communication & Critical Thinking for Ethical Decision Making

MBA 750: Organizational Culture in a Changing Environment

MBA 760: Business Analytics

MBA 770: Digital and Contemporary Marketing Strategies

MBA 780: Global Supply Chain Management

MBA 790: Strategic Management “Live Case” Seminar

BADM 732, 732, 752, 772, or 790

Law School Course Transfer*

Law School Course Transfer*

*Options for Substitution Courses from School of Law to the School of Business are:

  • Advance Negotiation & Analysis
  • Antitrust
  • Bankruptcy
  • Business Organizations
  • Business Planning
  • Contract Planning
  • Contracts
  • Employment Discrimination Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Financial Accounting for Lawyers
  • Income Tax
  • Insurance Law
  • Intellectual Property
  • International Business Litigation & Arbitration
  • International Business Transactions
  • Law Practice Management
  • Non-Profit Organizations
  • Property
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Real Property Planning
  • Sales and Leases
  • Securities Regulation
  • Start Your Own Firm
  • Trademark Law & Unfair Competition
  • Worker’s Compensation Law and Practice

 

 

Prepare yourself for a position in the wealth management field, and join our many graduates who are recognized nationwide for having the hands-on training, people skills, and technical expertise to take their place as leaders in the financial services industry.

The JD/MTWM program provides the necessary skill sets for obtaining positions in the wealth management field. Graduates are recognized nationwide for having the hands-on training, people skills, and technical expertise to take their place as leaders in the financial services industry. The program is registered with the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. and graduates of the program are eligible to sit for the national Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. (CFP®) Certification Examinations and earn the certification.

MTWM Curriculum for JD/MTWM Dual Degree

In addition to the courses required for the JD degree, students must complete the curriculum below for the MTWM portion of the degree.

  • TRUST 620 – Financial Planning Seminar
  • TRUST 630—Investment Analysis
  • TRUST 631—Advanced Investment Analysis
  • TRUST 720—Estate Taxation Seminar
  • TRUST 730—Gift and Fiduciary Income Taxation Seminar
  • TRUST 740—Risk Management Applications
  • TRUST 745—Wealth Management Sales
  • TRUST 750—Advanced Retirement Planning
  • TRUST 760—Advanced Estate Planning Seminar
  • TRUST 770—Advanced Wealth Transfer Seminar
  • TRUST 780—Legal/Regulatory Issues

 

Complement and integrate your theological education with a foundation in business administration.

The dual Master of Divinity (MDiv) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is offered to those who desire to complement and integrate their theological education with a foundation in business administration. Students who desire to serve as pastors, associate pastors, church administrators, or staff members in larger churches may desire greater business management training along with theological education.

MBA Curriculum for MDiv/MBA Dual Degree

In addition to the courses required for the MDiv degree, students must complete the curriculum below for the MBA portion of the degree. A full-time student can expect to finish the two degrees in four years of study.

CORE MBA COURSES

(10 courses for a total of 28 credit hours)

ELECTIVE COURSES

(3 courses for a total of 9 credit hours)

MBA 700: Orientation to Innovation, Design Thinking & the CU MBA

MBA 710: Accounting for Decision Making

MBA 720: Applied Economics for Business Leaders

MBA 730: Finance and Capital Management

MBA 740: Communication & Critical Thinking for Ethical Decision Making

MBA 750: Organizational Culture in a Changing Environment

MBA 760: Business Analytics

MBA 770: Digital and Contemporary Marketing Strategies

MBA 780: Global Supply Chain Management

MBA 790: Strategic Management “Live Case” Seminar

DIV 2400 – Christian Ethics

DIV 5100 – Congressional Leadership

DIV 8050 – Supervised Ministry

Develop your leadership skills and learn to apply your area of research into practical applications in the business world.

Through a cooperative arrangement between the Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences and the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business students may pursue the Master of Science in Clinical Research and Master of Business Administration dual degree. The purpose of the MSCR is to drive research efforts towards finding solutions for the most current medical mysteries. By earning a dual degree, students have the opportunity to develop their leadership skills, enhance their careers and address issues from a broader perspective. The MBA helps students apply their area of research whether it is basic biomedical research, translational research or clinical research into practical applications in the business world.

MBA Curriculum for MSCR/MBA Dual Degree

In addition to the courses required for the MSCR degree, students must complete the curriculum below for the MBA portion of the degree.

CORE MBA COURSES

(10 courses for a total of 28 credit hours)

ELECTIVE COURSES

(a total of 9 credit hours)

MBA 700: Orientation to Innovation, Design Thinking & the CU MBA

MBA 710: Accounting for Decision Making

MBA 720: Applied Economics for Business Leaders

MBA 730: Finance and Capital Management

MBA 740: Communication & Critical Thinking for Ethical Decision Making

MBA 750: Organizational Culture in a Changing Environment

MBA 760: Business Analytics

MBA 770: Digital and Contemporary Marketing Strategies

MBA 780: Global Supply Chain Management

MBA 790: Strategic Management “Live Case” Seminar

*School of Business graduate advanced course options:

  • MBA 732 – Management of Financial Institutions (3 credit hours)
  • MBA 752 – Human Resource Management (3 credit hours)
  • MBA 772 – Marketing Research (3 credit hours)

OR

*Department of Clinical Research course options:

  • CLNR 504 – Special Projects in Clinical Research (0.5 – 2 credit hours)
  • CLNR 560 – Pharmacoeconomics (3 credit hours)
  • CLNR 561 – Healthcare Economics (2 credit hours)
  • CLNR 568 – Project Management (2 credit hours)
  • CLNR 581 – Pharmaceutical Compliance and Quality Assurance (2 credit hours)
  • CLNR 593 – Leadership Development (2 credit hours)

Learn the business side of creating, maintaining, and evaluating public health institutions and programs, and prepare for a career in the public and/or private health sector.

Through a cooperative arrangement between the Campbell University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences and the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business students may pursue the Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH) and the Master of Business Administration (MBA) dual degree. The goal of the combined disciplines of public health and business is to help policy makers understand the business side of creating, maintaining, and evaluating public health institutions and programs. The MBA focus on solid business practices prepares students for careers in the public and private health sectors.

MBA Curriculum for MSPH/MBA Dual Degree

In addition to the courses required for the MSPH degree, students must complete the curriculum below for the MBA portion of the degree.

CORE MBA COURSES

(10 courses for a total of 28 credit hours)

ELECTIVE COURSES

(3 courses for a total of 9 credit hours)

MBA 700: Orientation to Innovation, Design Thinking & the CU MBA

MBA 710: Accounting for Decision Making

MBA 720: Applied Economics for Business Leaders

MBA 730: Finance and Capital Management

MBA 740: Communication & Critical Thinking for Ethical Decision Making

MBA 750: Organizational Culture in a Changing Environment

MBA 760: Business Analytics

MBA 770: Digital and Contemporary Marketing Strategies

MBA 780: Global Supply Chain Management

MBA 790: Strategic Management “Live Case” Seminar

MBA 732: Management of Financial Institutions or PUBH 540: Statistical Methods

MBA 752: Human Resource Management or PUBH 580: Health Policy & Management

MBA 772: Marketing Research or PUBH690: Research Project