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School of Law

Curriculum: JD/MBA Dual-Degree Program

A typical course sequence for a student enrolled in the J.D./M.B.A. program includes:

Year One

  Law Business
Fall Quarter/Semester 6 courses (15 credits) 0
Winter Quarter   0
Spring Quarter/Semester 5 courses (15 credits) 0
Summer Quarter/Semester 0 3 courses (9 credits)


Year Two

  Law Business
Fall Quarter/Semester 4 courses (12 credits) 1 course (3 credits)
Winter Quarter   0
Spring Quarter/Semester 12 credits of elective courses 1 course (3 credits)
Summer Quarter/Semester 0 0


Year Three

  Law Business
Fall Quarter/Semester 12 credits of courses 1 course (3 credits)
Winter Quarter   0
Spring Quarter/Semester 12 credits of courses 1 course (3 credits)
Summer Quarter Graduation from Law School

Study for the Bar Exam



Year Four

  Law Business
15 courses (maximum)
11 courses (minimum)
Fall Quarter/Semester 0 3 courses (9 credits) 2 courses (6 credits)
Winter Quarter 0 3 courses (9 credits) 2 courses (6 credits)
Spring Quarter/Semester 0 2 courses (6 credits)

Graduation from Quinlan School of Business

Summer Quarter/Semester 0 0 0


Elective Courses

Students may pursue a specialized degree in a number of areas. Below is a list of classes available at the School of Law for a student interested in business or tax law. Please note that these courses are subject to change. Not all courses will be available every semester.

Business Law and Tax Law

Business Counseling Capital Markets Tax International Business
Accounting for Lawyers Commodity Future Regulation Advanced Corporate Tax European Union Law (summer)
Antitrust Financial Institutions (Banking Law) Corporate & Partnership Tax International Antitrust Seminar
Bankruptcy Legal Basics of OTC Derivatives Employee Benefits Int'l Business Transactions
Business Law Clinic Negotiable Instruments Estate & Gift Tax Int'l Commercial Arbitration
Business Organizations Secured Transactions Estate Planning International Law
Business Planning Securities Litigation Federal Income Tax International Tax
Environmental Law Securities Regulation Federal Tax Clinic Trade Finance
Mergers & Acquisitions Taxation of Financial Transactions International Tax  
Real Estate Trade Finance Multi-State Taxation  
Sales   Tax Procedure & Litigation  
Secured Transactions   Tax Research  
Securities Regulation   Taxation of Financial Transactions  



Antitrust Intellectual Property Labor and Employment
Antitrust Entertainment & Sports Law Employee Benefits Law
Antitrust Fellowships Intellectual Property Employment Discrimination
Consumer Law Intellectual Property & the Internet Employment Law
Consumer Law Review Intellectual Property Litigation Seminar Labor Law
European Union Law (summer) Intro. To Patent Law Entertainment & Sports Law
Health Care Antitrust Intro. To Trademark & Copyright Law  
International Antitrust Seminar Patent Law Seminar  
Law & Economics Telecommunications  
Regulation Seminar    


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