Doctoral Requirements (School of Law)

The Juris Doctor (J.D.), or "law degree," is a three year post-baccalaureate program. Students must complete 89 credit hours of law courses roughly one-half of which are required courses.

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The wide variety of academic courses are complemented by a variety of clinics and skills courses designed to provide graduates with a solid foundation for the practice of law.