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Wharton Business School undergraduate

Interdisciplinary Programs  August 2, 2013 – 02:24 pm
21+ Wharton concentrations

Wharton’s undergraduate degree program offers you business and more — an innovative program that combines business and liberal arts on one Ivy League campus. Students choose specialized areas of study with more than 20 concentrations offered across the 10 different departments. Graduates earn a BS in Economics from the Wharton School.

The Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business (BS /BA)

This unique, four-year interdisciplinary undergraduate program integrates business education, advanced language training, and a liberal arts education. Huntsman graduates earn two degrees — a BA in International Studies from the School of Arts and Sciences and a BS in Economics from Wharton.

The Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology (BS/BSE or BS/BAS)

The M&T Program focuses on the technical and managerial skills necessary to define and solve problems in today’s complex technologically intensive society. Graduates earn both a BS in Economics from Wharton and either a BS or a BAS in Engineering from the School of Engineering and Applied Science.

The Roy and Diana Vagelos Program in Life Sciences and Management (BA/BS)

The Vagelos Program offers an innovative, interdisciplinary curriculum that combines extensive coursework in both bioscience and business and prepares students for careers in the rapidly expanding life sciences sector. Graduates earn a BA in Life Sciences from the College of Arts and Sciences and a BS in Economics from Wharton.

Nursing & Health Care Management (BS/BS)

This coordinated dual-degree program addresses the dynamic changes in the delivery and financing of health care services in the United States and the public’s concern about the quality, cost, and management of health care. The program combines a BS in Nursing from the School of Nursing with a BS in Economics from Wharton.

Additional Dual Degrees

Wharton students can pursue an additional degree by designing their own dual-degree program, choosing from among more than 50 areas of study at Penn’s three other undergraduate schools: the College of Arts & Sciences, the School of Nursing, and the School of Engineering & Applied Science.

Source: www.wharton.upenn.edu

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