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Joint M.B.A./Schmalkalden M.A. Degrees

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MBA studentSt. Mary’s University Greehey School of Business and Schmalkalden University of Applied Sciences in Schmalkalden, Germany, invite students to participate in a dual degree program.

The Greehey School of Business has a dual master’s degree agreement with Schmalkalden University for students interested in international business. Students attend one semester at Schmalkalden and complete a total of 15 credit hours. In addition, students must complete a Master’s thesis, which can be done remotely, to receive a Master of Arts in International Business and Economics.

The dual degree program between the Greehey School of Business and Schmalkalden University of Applied Sciences is a two-year, full-time program. The first year (two semesters) will be substituted by the credit transfer from St. Mary’s University. Students will then study one semester (early April through early August) at Schmalkalden University of Applied Sciences.

About Schmalkalden University

Schmalkalden University of Applied SciencesSchmalkalden University is located at the edge of the Thuringian Forest. The university, considered one of the most beautiful campuses in Germany.

The Schmalkalden University Dual Degree Program is open for students in either the Greehey MBA for Values-Driven Leaders or the MBA for Professionals programs.

There is no additional tuition cost, however, students must pay for travel, living and other associated costs. Living costs are relatively reasonable and pre-arranged housing is available.

For more information about the Schmalkalden University Dual Degree Program, contact Jeremy M. Grace, Director of MBA Programs, at jmgrace@stmarytx.edu or 210-431-2027.

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