Dual, Joint, and Exchange Programs
Expand your options
Offering a wide range of degree options is central to our mission of providing students with a world-changing education. By allowing students to supplement their Fletcher studies with coursework and experiences at other prestigious professional schools and graduate programs, our dual degree, joint degree, and exchange program options give students even more ways to pursue a career that’s uniquely their own.
This innovative, new degree, jointly offered by The Fletcher School and the Department of Computer Science in the Tufts School of Engineering, unites those from technology and policy backgrounds, preparing them to tackle the increasingly common and complex threats taking place in our global and digital world.
Offered by Fletcher and the Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University, this one-year joint degree is geared toward mid-career professionals with significant field experience in humanitarian assistance.
Administered by the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, the Global Security & Development Program (GSDP) allows up to five MALD students to spend their fall semester exploring the issues, institutions, and procedures involved in security across emerging markets.
We offer a variety of additional dual and joint degree programs in conjunction with our partner institutions. In addition to defined programs, students also have the opportunity to create an individualized ad-hoc dual degree program with other leading graduate and professional schools.