College of Social Sciences

Joint Degree in Law and Economics

Students who are admitted to both the Applied Masters Program in Economics and the College of Law may participate in the Joint Program for Law and Economics. A participant in the Joint Program must complete at least 24 credit hours of graduate economic coursework including eighteen credit hours of core classes and six hours of either the Applied Project or six hours of thesis credit. Normally, students complete all the requirements for the Applied Economics Program in one calendar year taking nine credit hours of graduate classes in both the fall and the spring and six credit hours of the Applied Project during the summer.

For more information please visit the Law and Economics joint degree website or look through their brochure.