Students who begin their freshman year at USF and complete three years of Bachelor’s degree coursework, and then transition into three years of law school, saving two semesters (one academic year) of undergraduate tuition and classes. You’ll graduate with a Bachelor’s degree your fourth year, and already have one year of law school under your belt. The academically rigorous curriculum puts you on the job market faster while gaining the broad skills and specialized experience your career demands.
The program provides presumptive automatic admission to USF's School of Law if the student submits and completes all law school application requirements and the two following requirements are met:
- the achievement of at least a 3.2 cumulative GPA
- the achievement of at least a 56th percentile on the LSAT