SOUTH BEND, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) — A dual master’s degree program in global affairs and business administration is now possible at Notre Dame after the Keough School of Global Affairs and Mendoza College of Business formed a partnership. The MGA/MBA program allows students the opportunity to finish two two-year degree programs within three years.
“Knowing how to engage with the private sector can be an important tool for becoming an effective and ethical changemaker,” said Becca Méndez, associate director of the master of global affairs program. “In an increasingly global workforce, having skills and knowledge in these complementary fields provides a real benefit.”
Notre Dame MBA program director Kelli Kilpatrick says a master’s degree in global affairs paired with a master of business administration complement each other well.
“The combination of the two creates an intersection of business and global affairs and would be an attractive course of