Apply for the JD/MBA
Applicants who plan to enroll in our joint degree program (JD/MBA) must apply to and be accepted by both the School of Law and School of Business and Engineering.
It is possible for students who have not yet completed their degree requirements for one program to apply to the other school to be considered for a joint degree.
Each school assists in adapting the program to the needs and interests of the enrolled student by approving schedules and joint credits for courses.
Students may register as joint degree candidates upon entrance to either or both programs. The earlier one is accepted into both programs and declares pursuit of both degrees, the more beneficial the joint degree program is in the practical savings of time and credits.
Students must file separate applications and fulfill requirements for both the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) and the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). However, if an applicant is accepted first to the School of Law, the GMAT is not required.
Upon admission to the joint degree program, the enrolled student must meet with the director of the School of Business' MBA program and the associate dean of the School of Law for advisement. Students may attend either full-time or part-time. Because each applicant's credentials are evaluated based on education and experience, prerequisite courses may be required.
For more information on the MBA program, please contact: