October 4, 2013 - Eastern Michigan University and Thomas M. Cooley Law School are establishing four joint degree programs that will blend key skills and training leading to highly successful careers.
The joint program agreements were signed Oct. 4 at Eastern Michigan by Susan Martin, University president, and Don LeDuc, president of the law school. [full story]
We know that some students want to augment their legal education with another graduate degree.
Now you can earn a J.D. degree plus a masters degree at Cooley Law School and one of our partnership schools.
Key steps to include:
• apply to -
a. J.D. program
b. partnership school of choice
• completion of minimum number of credits in initial program before starting second one
• reservation of 6 elective credits in both programs for eventual transfer
• completion of degree requirements in both programs; two degrees earned
Questions? Send e-mail to:
Cathy J. McCollum
Director, Graduate & Extended Programs
(517) 371-5140, ext. 2703
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