Take two. Your J.D. and M.B.A.
Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University
A clear understanding of business & legal principles can deliver a solid foundation for professional success. Syracuse University College of Law and the Whitman School of Management have created a joint degree program in business administration to maximize your opportunities in business & law.
Here's what you'll study
Business and industry must take public and private law into account in all decisions. Syracuse University College of Law and the Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University have responded by creating a joint degree program in business administration, maximizing your opportunities in business and law. Students may obtain a J.D. and M.B.A. in four years instead of the five years necessary when both programs are pursued separately. This program is particularly appropriate for students with career objectives in corporate law, tax law, or labor law.
At Syracuse, the M.B.A. curriculum is flexible enough to accommodate your interests. You may pursue general management programs or specialize in such areas as accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, marketing management and supply chain management. J.D./M.B.A. students generally complete program requirements in four academic years.
Here's what you need to know
The College of Law is the primary school for students enrolled in a joint degree program at Syracuse University. For a joint degree in Business Administration, you will earn 72 law credits plus 42 approved M.B.A. credits and both programs must be completed within four years.
Students seeking dual degrees must apply to both programs separately, and admission to Syracuse University College of Law does not guarantee admission to other graduate programs. Students are required to complete their first year of study at Syracuse University College of Law and candidates for joint degree programs must obtain advance approval from the College of Law. The specific number of credits required for non-law graduate programs may vary depending on each student’s previous academic background in the subject area.
In addition, joint degree students are charged College of Law tuition rates only, essentially offering the opportunity to earn two advanced degrees for the price of one.
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Here's where you'll spend a lot of your time
There are significant advantages to tackling your law degree in an environment that’s integrated with a major university. Here are some of the places you’ll be spending your time as you pursue your studies. In your spare time? Well, there’s plenty of excitement to find here as well.
Syracuse University College of Law: A rich tradition in law and interdisciplinary legal studies.
Martin J. Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University: A diverse, supportive learning community focused on developing entrepreneurial managers who will become leaders in an era of global competitiveness and technological advancements.