Future Dual Degree Program Students
Dual Degree programs with other Ohio State programs offer you a way to combine credits and complete degrees more quickly. As a Fisher student, you may pursue an MBA/JD degree offered with the College of Law, an MHA/MBA, which allows you to specialize in both business and health care administration, an MBA/MD degree that is offered jointly with the College of Medicine, and BSBA programs that allows well-qualified undergraduates to get a head start on their professional career.
For all dual programs, candidates must be accepted to the MBA program while making other arrangements separately.
Faculty and Classes
At Fisher College of Business, we limit the size of our incoming classes to ensure you will have one on one contact with faculty. Classes are taught by professors, and you are encouraged to engage them in active conversation both in and out of the classroom.
Because our faculty are accomplished both in the academic side of business and the practice of it, you will be experiencing the finest and most current thinking in management education today. Fisher faculty members are internationally recognized leaders in the study of the economic, social, political, and technological forces shaping global markets today.
They are active in national and international business communities, serving as consultants, board members and key speakers at conferences and seminars. Among our faculty are best-selling authors of textbooks in marketing, accounting, ethics, logistics, manufacturing and negotiation. Many have earned top rankings by prestigious publications for their academic skills, overall teaching and research impact. And many have made their mark in business before joining Fisher.
We encourage you to get to know our faculty so you can better understand how they can help you to achieve your goals. Fisher faculty expert's guide provides biographical information on all faculty members in Fisher.
Fisher professors, through their research and interactions with corporate leaders, are able to ensure that the MBA program remains relevant. They integrate their research into new course offerings allowing MBA students to immediately benefit by being among the first to learn of faculty discoveries and to study first hand with the creators of new principles for business practice.