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JD Dual Degree Programs

The USF School of Law offers three dual degree programs that provide law school graduates with additional skills and knowledge to help launch them into successful careers in business, politics, and urban affairs. Each four-year program offers students an education that is greater than the sum of its parts, as well as time and cost savings.

JD/MBA Dual Degree Program

A dual Juris Doctor and Master of Business Administration degree program is offered jointly by the USF School of Law and the USF School of Management.

JD/Master of Public Affairs Dual Degree Program

A dual Juris Doctor and Master of Public Affairs (JD/MoPA) degree program is offered jointly by the USF School of Law and the USF College of Arts and Sciences.

JD/MA in Urban Affairs Dual Degree Program

A dual Juris Doctor and MA in Urban Affairs (JD/MUA) degree program is offered jointly by the USF School of Law and the USF College of Arts and Sciences.

For University of San Francisco undergraduates, our 3+3 Bachelor’s and Juris Doctor Law Degree program offers a unique opportunity for students to earn two degrees in six years. The academically rigorous curriculum puts students on the job market faster while gaining the broad skills and specialized experience their careers demand.