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An MBA is a general management degree that prepares students for a range of careers. Wharton students shape their course of study by majoring in one or two business disciplines. Comprising five course units within a department, majors give students an opportunity to delve into an area of interest, gaining knowledge essential for facilitating a career switch or developing an existing specialty.

With 18 majors and 25 formal options for specialized study, Wharton students can shape their academic experience to meet their personal career goals. Wharton has more majors nationally ranked in the top 10 than any other school. Courses can count toward more than one major if the topics are interrelated, making it easier to double major, which 30 percent of the class generally does. While students select specific majors, they also take courses in other areas to round out their curriculum. Ten percent of the class designs an individualized major to suit their specific professional interests.

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