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1.8 Combined Degree

Students may work simultaneously toward a degree in law and an advanced degree in another discipline such as business, science, economics, or the social sciences. The work in the other discipline may be taken in another school or in another part of this university. The following rules apply:

  1. The student must apply to and be accepted by both this school and the other school or university department.
  2. The student must obtain the prior approval of the dean of this school and the head of the other school or university department.
  3. The first year of study must be entirely at this school.
  4. The student may earn up to ten credits at this school for work completed in the other discipline. The dean of this school may set a maximum number of credits for particular courses and may require that the student earn a minimum grade to receive the credit.