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A student who participates in this unique opportunity will graduate with an MIB degree from the Moore School and with a Mannheim Master in Management from the University of Mannheim.

Mannheim Masters in Management

University of Mannheim • Mannheim, Germany

The Moore School offers this double degree opportunity for up to five MIB applicants each year.

Candidates for the double degree will be evaluated based on the strength of their applications and supporting documents, GMAT scores, and indications that they are culturally, academically and personally motivated to participate in the program. German proficiency is not a requirement as courses taught at Mannheim can be taken in English. For those who wish to gain a preliminary foundation in German, language courses will be offered prior to the start of Mannheim MMM classes. For more information on the Mannheim Masters in Management Program and the University of Mannheim itself, visit the program website.

Program Structure

This double degree program is two years in length. Students may not deviate from the program structure in any way. The two years are split into four semesters as follows:

Semester I, Fall
MMM coursework at Mannheim

Semester II, Spring
MIB coursework at the Moore School

Semester III, Fall
MIB coursework at the Moore School

Semester IV, Spring
MMM coursework at Mannheim

Upon successful completion of Semester III, a double degree student will graduate with the MIB in December at the Moore School. Upon successful completion of Semester IV, a double degree student will graduate with the MMM degree at Mannheim.

Double degree students will join the current MMM students at Mannheim in the first and fourth semesters and MIB students at the Moore School in both spring and fall semesters. This provides an excellent opportunity to expand one's business networks globally.

University of Mannheim Curriculum

Requirement Credit Hours Description

 MMM Core Curriculum


 Decision Analysis

 Business Administration Electives


  • Applied Econometrics or Empirical Methods
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Business Economics I
  • Business Economics II

Includes prerequisites for Master's Thesis 

 Master's Thesis


Moore School Curriculum 

Requirement Credit Hours Description 

 Core Curriculum


Nation States, Regional Networks and Global Markets

 International Business Graduate Electives


 Comparative Institutional Systems

 International Studies/Comparative Politics Electives


 Introduction to International Relations

 Foreign Policy Regional Specialization Elective


  • Sustaining the Global Enterprise

  • International Business Negotiations