Columbia University Announces Three-Year JD/MBA Program

Students spend first and third year studying law; second year earning MBA

Columbia University's Columbia Law School and Columbia Business School have announced a new three-year JD/MBA program. Students will spend the first and third years of the program earning their Juris Doctor (JD) law degree at Columbia Law School, and the middle year earning an MBA at Columbia Business School.

Prospective students must apply and be accepted to both the law and business schools separately.

There is still the option to finish the dual-degree program in four years rather than three. Tuition for the three-year program will approximately the same as the four-year program.

For more information, please visit the program website.

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