Dual Degree Applicants
Application processes are different for each of our dual degree programs. Please carefully review and follow the directions specific to your program, as well as the procedures for all programs. Deadlines may vary.
Our application will be available by September 1. The application deadline for first-year applicants is June 1, 2022.
All Dual Degree Applicants
Any applicant who has previously registered at another law school must have a letter of good standing submitted by that school. In the event that the applicant sat for examinations at another law school, an official transcript and class rank are also required. Dual degree applicants may only apply as full-time students. Maximum consideration for both admission and scholarship opportunities will be given to applications received by the priority deadline.
Applicants must apply for both programs in the USF School of Law and the USF School of Management. Business courses completed prior to admission to the USF School of Law are not transferable for credit toward the JD degree.
JD/Master of Arts in Urban and Public Affairs
An applicant seeking admission to the JD/Master of Arts in Urban and Public Affairs (JD/MUPA) dual degree program must complete the application process for both the USF School of Law and the USF College of Arts and Sciences' Master of Urban and Public Affairs program. Applicants interested in the dual degree program may first start in the Master of Urban and Public Affairs program or the School of Law. In either case, applicants must be admitted to both programs separately in order to pursue the dual degree program.