As an NSU Law student, you may enroll in dual degree opportunities in business, medicine, and tax.
|DISCIPLINARY AREAS||DUAL DEGREE||PARTNER SCHOOL|
|Law & Business||J.D./M.B.A.||NSU Huizenga College of Business & Entrepreneurship|
|Law & Accounting||J.D./M.Acc.||NSU Huizenga College of Business & Entrepreneurship|
|Law & Real Estate Development||J.D./M.S.RED||NSU Huizenga College of Business & Entrepreneurship|
|Law & Conflict Analysis and Resolution||J.D./M.S.||NSU College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences|
|Law & Conflict Analysis and Resolution||J.D./Ph.D.||NSU College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences|
|Law & Computer Information Systems||J.D./M.S.||NSU College of Engineering and Computing|
|Law & Osteopathic Medicine||J.D./D.O||NSU College of Osteopathic Medicine|
If you are interested in these dual degree programs, you should consult with the admissions office for the graduate program before initiating the application process. In most cases, you can apply to both programs at the same time or apply to the other graduate program during your first year of law study. JD admission always requires a recent LSAT score; some of the other degree programs may use the LSAT in lieu of their normally required admission test. In each case, it is essential that you ascertain all requirements from both programs. NSU Law will award 9 to 12 credits, depending upon the particular dual degree program, as elective credit towards the JD. The number of credits awarded by the other degree for JD coursework varies. ABA Standards do not permit awarding of JD credit from other degree programs if the credits were earned prior to matriculation in the JD program.