Individual Dual Degrees
To pursue an integrated course of study combining two master's degree programs, graduate students may, with prior approval of the two department chairpersons, embark upon their own individualized dual degree program culminating in two master’s degrees, under the conditions specified in the UNM Catalog under the heading Dual Degree Programs - Individual.
Students pursuing an individual dual-degree program must satisfy the admission requirements of both graduate programs. There must be an application and application fee to each degree program. Anderson School of Management will accept the GRE in lieu of the GMAT. Those planning to enter the dual program should consult with the admission officers of both schools or programs as early as possible.
Individual Dual Degrees Options
- Students may pursue an integrated course of study combining two master's degree programs between a UNM college and Anderson (MBA/Master of Water Resources, MBA/Master of Public Health, etc.) that are not in the above list of established, catalogued dual degrees. These dual degrees must go through an approval process with OGS as outlined in the UNM Catalog under the heading Dual Degree Programs - Individual.
- The Anderson Graduate School of Management offers individual dual degrees that combine any two (2) of the following: Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Accounting (MACCT) and Master of Science in Information Systems and Assurance (MS ISA) degrees. Dual degree, pre-proposal advisement and additional information for Anderson's graduate programs should be directed to the following faculty members:
- Matt Pickard
- Assistant Professor
- Phone: (505) 277-3631
- Office: GSM 305
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- Bio: Matthew D. Pickard is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at the University of New Mexico. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Arizona in Management Information Systems. He holds an M.B.A. in Management Information Systems and a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Brigham Young University. His research leverages embodied conversational agents (i.e., virtual humans) to maximize voluntary self-disclosure and change attitudes and behaviors. He seeks to apply his research to contexts such as auditing and fraud investigations.
In his personal life, Matt is first and foremost a family man. In his spare time, he enjoys camping, woodworking, and beekeeping.