How to Apply
New students applying to the dual degree programs apply only to the Law School, which means taking the LSAT and submitting Suffolk Law’s online application through LSAC.org. Dual degree applicants should indicate their desire to apply to the dual degree program and include a second essay that specifically mentions the dual degree. In many cases, you will not need to take the GMAT or GRE. However, the Graduate Admission Office may request additional standardized testing for applicants in the MSIE and MSF programs. Learn more about submitting your application to Suffolk Law School.
Law Dual Degree Offerings
JD/Master of Business Administration (MBA) - Requires 72 law credits, 37 graduate credits, and takes 4 years to complete in the full-time program, 5-6 years for the part-time evening program
Accelerated JD/MBA - Requires 72 law credits, 37 graduate credits, and takes 3 years to complete (full-time program only)
Accelerated JD/LLM in Taxation - Requires 96 law credits and takes 3 years and 1 summer to complete in the full-time program (accelerated), 4 years in the part-time evening program
JD/Master of Public Administration (MPA) - Requires 80 law credits, 30 graduate credits and takes 4 years to complete the full-time program, 5-6 years for the part-time evening program.
JD/Master of Science in Finance (MSF) - Requires 78 law credits, 32-41 graduate credits, and takes 4 years to complete in the full-time program, 5-6 years for the part-time evening program
JD/Master of Science in Crime & Justice Studies (MSCJS) - Requires 80 law credits, 24 graduate credits, and takes 4 years to complete in the full-time program, 5-6 years for the part-time evening program
Students enrolled in dual degree programs are charged tuition based on the number of credit hours they are taking in each school. For tuitions rates for each program, visit the Office of the Bursar's Tuition and Fees webpage.
All admitted graduate students, including international students, are considered for institutional merit awards at Suffolk Law School. For information on financial aid, grants, loans and fellowship opportunities, visit the Law School Office of Financial Aid.
The Graduate Admission Office may decide to waive the GMAT or GRE requirement for students admitted into JD-dual degree programs. Suffolk Law School cannot waive the LSAT requirement for JD-dual degree applicants. For more information, please contact the Graduate Admission Office.
Suffolk University does not offer on-campus housing for graduate students. The Off-Campus Housing Office can help you find out more about neighborhoods, available apartments, and potential roommates. Visit the Off-Campus Housing Office webpage.