The Georgetown University Law Center and McDonough School of Business offer a full-time, four-year program that leads to both J.D. and MBA degrees. The program is designed for highly motivated students interested in the intersection of law and global business.
From analyzing complex financial statements to negotiating international transactions, you will graduate with the knowledge and skills necessary to confidently advocate for your client’s best interest. Whether you work in the public, private, or nonprofit sector, you will understand how current issues in public policy, governance, and ethical standards impact the intersection of practicing law and conducting business in a global economy.
At a Glance
|Course Sequence||Program Requirements|
|Year one – Law School||Total credits – 124|
|Year two – Business School||J.D. credits – 76|
|Year three – Both||MBA credits – 48|
|Year four – Both|
In your first year of coursework at the McDonough School of Business, you will follow the standard Full-time MBA curriculum. In the remaining years, you will take three core courses (the Global Business Experience, Managing the Enterprise, and Ethical Leadership) and elective courses. You will work closely with your academic advisors to schedule elective courses, which are chosen from a wide range of options to gain expertise in specific fields.
To be considered for admission, you may apply to Georgetown McDonough either before starting Law School or during your first year of Law School.
Please confirm the specific Georgetown University Law Center admission requirements with an academic advisor at the Law Center.
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