Why Wharton?



Coordinated Dual-Degree Programs

Wharton offers specialized programs with three other undergraduate schools at the University of Pennsylvania.

These coordinated dual-degree programs provide unique opportunities for students to pursue additional academic interests along with their undergraduate business degrees. Students simultaneously earn two undergraduate degrees from two different schools within four to five years.

Wharton Undergraduate - Huntsman Program

Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business

In this program from the Wharton School and the College of Arts & Sciences, students combine studies in business, language, and liberal arts to develop perspectives to prepare them for global leadership. More »
Wharton Undergraduate - Jerome Fisher Program

Jerome Fisher Program in Management & Technology

This program allows students to pursue concurrent degrees from the Wharton School and the School of Engineering and Applied Science. More »
Wharton Undergraduate Nursing

Nursing and Health Care Management

This program combines a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the School of Nursing with a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School. More »
Wharton Undergraduate Vagelos Program

Roy and Diana Vagelos Program in Life Sciences and Management

This program from the Wharton School and the College of Arts & Sciences combines coursework in both bioscience and business to prepare students for careers in the life sciences sector. More »
30%
of Wharton students earn more than one degree

Perspective

Joan Li

Sydney, Australia

"With the Vagelos Program, I’m currently pursuing two degrees; biology at the College and Operations Management at Wharton. Science and business seem worlds apart, but they aren't."

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