J.D./M.A. (Economics) Program
The Law School and the Department of Economics, College of Liberal Arts, offer a concurrent degree in law and economics (J.D./M.A.). The program was established in 2001 as a response to the steadily increasing influence of economic analysis on the law through its effect on legal scholarship and on judicial decisions.
The program requires completion of 32 academic credits in the Department of Economics and the completion of the requirements for the J.D. degree. Students must be separately admitted to both the Law School and to the Department of Economics to pursue the concurrent degree.
For more information about the J.D. portion of the J.D./M.A. (Economics) Program, contact:
Dean of Students Office
Go to the WSU Economics Department to find out more about the Wayne State University Department of Economics.