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Joint-Degree Programs

The Florida State University College of Law offers ten joint-degree programs in cooperation with other colleges, schools and departments of the university. The joint-degree programs enable students to earn two degrees concurrently, the Juris Doctor and the Master's. The College of Law offers joint-degree programs in conjunction with the College of Business and the College of Social Work, as well as with the departments of Earth, Ocean, & Atmospheric Sciences; Economics; Family and Child Sciences; International Affairs; Sport Management and Urban and Regional Planning, the Askew School of Public Administration and Public Policy, and the School Information Studies.

The following links provide information about specific joint-degree programs.

College of Law Joint-Degree Program Application

Joint-Degree Programs Frequently Asked Questions

For more information on the joint-degree programs e-mail or phone the Admissions Office at 850.644.3787.