The YSE/SOM Joint Degree Program was started in 1982 with the mission to create thoughtful, passionate and informed leaders equipped with practical skills - from finance to forestry.
Students in this joint degree program earn two degrees upon completion: An MBA from the Yale School of Management (SOM) in combination with a master’s degree in environmental management or forestry from the Yale School of the Environment (YSE).
The oldest of its kind in the United States, the joint degree enables a community with a shared desire to save our planet to work together fostering business and cross-sector solutions to global challenges. Together, this community is helping to accelerate the transition to a just and thriving world.
Hear joint degree students reflect on their journeys to and through the joint degree. In this video, they’ll answer questions like:
Why did you apply to the joint degree program?
Why pursue a joint degree?
How has your time at Yale shaped your professional and personal goals?
What are the strengths of both schools?
How can you take advantage of the offerings of each school?