Qualified graduate applicants may elect to complete both the basic law degree and the MBA degree through WSU’s concurrent J.D./M.B.A. program. The program allows students to fulfill the requirements of both programs concurrently. Students will need to complete all the requirements for both degrees, but Law School courses may count for up to six elective credits toward the MBA degree. The first year of the program is spent in the Law School. Students are granted five or six years to complete the requirements for both degrees, depending on whether the student entered as a part- or full-time student.
Students must be admitted to the Law School and to the MBA program in the School of Business Administration and must obtain the separate approval of both units in order to participate in the concurrent degree program. Students must take both the GMAT and the LSAT, and must meet all other admission requirements of both programs.
For more information about the J.D. portion of the J.D./M.B.A. Program, contact:
Dean of Students Office
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