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Dual Degrees Overview

michigan's interdisciplinary focus

The University of Michigan Law School has a strong interdisciplinary focus in its class offerings, seminars, clinics, externships, and independent research opportunities. Many of its faculty members hold advanced degrees in other fields and have dual appointments with other schools and departments in the University. More...

formalized programs

The Law School has formally established 14 dual degree programs with 13 graduate schools/departments within the University of Michigan system in which students may pursue a JD and companion graduate degree. More...

additional dual degree opportunities

Ad hoc dual degree programs are also an option. A few examples of areas of interest around which students have recently designed their own dual programs include American culture, kinesiology, and philosophy. More...

Tuition
Tuition is assessed at either the Law School or the Graduate School rate, whichever is higher, when enrolled in courses in both schools in a single term.

application to dual degree programs

Students do not have to decide to pursue a dual degree program before entering law school. More...

 
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