The Florida State University College of Law offers nine 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 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 of Library and Information Studies.
The following links provide information about specific joint-degree programs.
It is not necessary to apply for both programs at the same time. Interested applicants should begin their study at the College of Law. Once enrolled in the first year of legal study, the student will then complete all necessary documentation for their chosen joint-degree application. All of these documents should be returned to the Florida State University College of Law Office of Admissions (application deadlines vary with each specific program). Applicants for the joint-degree program must go through admissions procedures required by each department.
For more information on the joint-degree programs e-mail or phone the Admissions Office at 850.644.3787.