In cooperation with other schools and departments of Yale University, the Law School offers programs leading to a master’s degree and a J.D. (Juris Doctor) or to a doctorate and a J.D. These programs are intended for those who wish to acquire the specialized skills of somebody of knowledge related to law. All proposals must be submitted to and approved by the Faculty Committee on Special Courses of Study.
The joint MBA/JD degree program combines the rich resources of the Yale School of Management and Yale Law School. The Law School -- an extraordinary community in which to study law -- is known for its student-faculty interaction, the flexibility of its program, and for producing leaders in the study and practice of law.
The Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) is offered by the School of Management. In this program, students receive an exceptionally rigorous business education. Beyond this, students receive the broad intellectual framework and practical skills that are essential for leadership today. Normally a two-year program, the M.B.A. may be earned with only one additional year of coursework by joint-degree candidates who are students at the Law School. Students may apply to both the Law and Management schools simultaneously or to one school during their first year at the other.
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