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Oklahoma State University

Dual/Concurrent Enrollment in Graduate and Professional Degree Programs

As a current DVM student, you are eligible for concurrent enrollment in one of two dual degree programs at minimal cost to you:

  1. Dual DVM/Masters of Business Administration
  2. Dual DVM/Masters of Public Health

As a dual professional/graduate student, the graduate college waives tuition and duplicate fees for these programs, as long as enrollment is concurrent. Although duplicate fees are waived, there will be fees charged based on the program and/or courses you are enrolled in. For example, MBA students will be charged a Graduate Program Fee of $6 per credit hour, Also, since most courses are offered online, there will be a per credit hour online/outreach fee assessed: approximately $95 to $100 per credit hour. 

Visit the Bursar's Office website and scroll down to the bottom of the page to view online/outreach fees.

When a student is taking only graduate courses (i.e. summer session), the student is responsible for all tuition and corresponding fees.

The OSU Graduate College has provided a Memorandum of Understanding that outlines this dual process. View the Memorandum of Understanding.

The Application/Enrollment Process

To begin the process, you must follow the step-by-step instructions below:

  1. Complete the College of Veterinary Medicine--Dual DVM/MBA or Dual DVM/MPH Application.

  2. Once you have receive approval from Beth, please notify the MBA or MPH coordinators of your intent.

  3. Complete the Graduate College application and pay the $50 fee.

It is crucial that, once enrollment has opened, you complete and return the Petition to Enroll in Excessive Hours form to Beth Kelly in 112A McElroy Hall. This form must be approved for enrollment in both programs to take place and can sometimes take two to three weeks to process.

Contact Information


Rodrigo Tello
MBA Program Manager
Watson Graduate School of Management


Charlie Love
Program Manager & Adviser
School of Health Care Administration


Beth Kelly
Graduate Student Program Coordinator
College of Veterinary Medicine