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Four Year JD/MBA Curriculum

Students complete the core curriculum at the law school in year one followed by an additional year of legal study before beginning the MBA curriculum in year three. In the final year of study courses are drawn from both programs. We recommend candidates begin study at the law school and apply to Terry in the fall of your second year. Interested candidates must apply separately to both the Georgia MBA Program and the University of Georgia School of Law.

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Admissions Requirements

 

Fall

Spring

Year 1
31 JD Credits
  • School of Law Core (15.5)
  • School of Law Core (16.5)
Year 2
30-31 JD Credits
  • JD Elective (3)
  • JD Elective (3)
  • JD Elective (3)
  • JD Elective (3)
  • JD Elective (3-4)
  • JD Elective (3)
  • JD Elective (3)
  • JD Elective (3)
  • JD Elective (3)
  • JD Elective (3)
Year 3
35 MBA Credits

Fall 1:

Spring 1:

Year 4
13 or 14 JD & 13 MBA Credits

Fall 2:

Spring 2

NOTE: As part of their coursework, as set forth above, JD students will need to satisfy the School of Law's writing requirements (including the advanced writing and the capstone writing requirements) and take at least one practical skills course, as more fully described in the School of Law student handbook. Corporations and Law and Ethics are recommended in Year 2 as JD electives. Please visit the School of Law website.

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