At the Florida State University College of Law, qualifying students from our partner schools have the option to earn their bachelor and law degrees in six years rather than the traditional seven.
Undergraduate students who gain admission into law school through the 3+3 program will follow the usual prescribed course of study for full-time, first-year law students. After successfully completing the first year of law school, 3+3 participants will receive the bachelor's degree, assuming all other graduation requirements are met. The Juris Doctor degree will be awarded upon successful completion of the required minimum 88 total course credits for law school and all other J.D. graduation requirements.