Three-Year JD/MBA Program

 

First Year

JD/MBA students in the three-year program spend their first full year at the Law School, where they complete the Foundation Curriculum.
 

First Semester

CLASS CREDITS
Legal Methods 3.0
Contracts 4.0
Civil Procedure 4.0
Torts 4.0
Legal Practice Workshop I 1.0
Legal Research  0.0
Total Credits: JD 16.0 MBA 0.0

 

Second Semester

CLASS CREDITS
Property 4.0
Criminal Law 3.0
Constitutional Law 4.0
Legal Practice Workshop II 1.0
Foundation Year Moot Court 0.0
Law Elective 3.0
Total Credits: JD 15.0 MBA 0.0

Second Year

JD/MBA students in the three-year program spend their second year completing requirements at the Business School and have the opportunity to take both business and joint electives.

First Semester

CLASS CREDITS
Corporate Finance 3.0
Accounting 3.0
Managerial Statistics 1.5
Managerial Economics 1.5
Strategy Formulation 1.5
Marketing Part I 1.5
Business Analytics 1.5
Global Economic Environment 1.5
LEAD* (Completed at Orientation) 1.5
Total Credits: JD 9.0 MBA 16.5


 

Second Semester

CLASS CREDITS
Marketing Part II 1.5
Operations Management 1.5
Joint Elective 3*
Joint Elective 3*
Business Elective 3
Business Elective (1/2 Term) 1.5
Business Elective (1/2 Term) 1.5
Total Credits: JD 6.0 MBA 15.0

* Also counted towards JD credits.

Third Year

In the final year, JD/MBA students will fulfill the remaining elective requirements for both degrees. Students are also required to complete a course on Professional Responsibility which may be taken in August prior to the beginning of the term.

First Semester

CLASS CREDITS
Professional Responsibility 3.0
Law Elective 3.0
Law Elective 3.0
Law Elective 3.0
Law Elective 3.0
Total Credits: JD 15.0 MBA 0.0

 

Second Semester

CLASS CREDITS
Joint Elective 3.0*
Joint Elective 3.0*
Joint Elective 3.0*
Joint Elective 3.0*
Business Elective 1.5
Total Credits: JD 12.0 MBA 13.5

* Also counted towards JD credits.

 

Four-Year JD/MBA Program

The four-year JD/MBA program allows for more flexibility and a greater breadth of elective courses. Students have a choice of staying at the Law School for their second year before proceeding to Business, or matriculating into the Business School their second year before returning to Law.