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Juris Doctor/Master of Business Administration

Delaware Law and Widener University School of Business Administration in collaboration offer a juris doctor/master of business administration (JD/MBA). If you’re interested in business or corporate law, this dual degree program might be exactly what you’re looking for. It allows students to simultaneously pursue graduate education in both law and business.

Admission

Interested applicants must meet the qualifications for admission set forth by both Delaware Law and the School of Business Administration.

  • All applicants to the dual degree program must complete at least one full year of law school having achieved a 2.7 cumulative grade point average before admission to the dual degree program will be granted.
    • Currently enrolled JD students may apply to the dual degree program following their first year of law school, and up to their third full-time semester or fourth part-time semester of law school, provided they have achieved the minimum 2.7 cumulative grade point average. The School of Business Administration will waive the GMAT for JD students meeting this criteria.
    • All JD applicants to the dual degree program must schedule an advising appointment with Professor Paul Regan prior to beginning courses at the School of Business Administration.
    • Currently enrolled MBA students must take the LSAT; meet all law school admission criteria, character and fitness requirements, and the dual degree program admission criteria specified above; and enroll in the JD Program prior to completion of their last nine credits of qualifying MBA coursework.

JD/MBA Dual Degree Program Online Application

 

Degree Requirements

The JD/MBA program requires credits be earned from both the Law School and School of Business Administration. The JD degree is a 90 credit program, while the MBA program is a 33 credit program. Students admitted to the dual degree program will receive up to 9 credits toward the MBA degree for qualifying coursework taken as part of the JD program, and 9 credits toward the JD degree for qualifying coursework taken as part of the MBA program, thus resulting in a total reduction of 18 credits had the two degrees been pursued separately. No credit toward the JD degree can be given for MBA courses taken prior to matriculation at Delaware Law. The JD/MBA dual degree can be completed in four years of full-time study or five years of part-time study.

Contact Information

JD Program
Professor Paul L. Regan
Phone: 302-477-2171
Email: [email protected]

MBA Program
Widener University
Jose Proenca, PhD
MBA Program Director
Phone: 610-499-4330
Email: [email protected]

Delaware Law
Admissions Office
Phone: 302-477-2703
Email: [email protected]

Widener University
Whitney Turner
Program and Advising Coordinator
Phone: 610-499-4304
Email: [email protected]

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