Do you have interests complementary to business? Want to practice corporate law? Become a sports agent?
Students before you have earned MBA degrees in conjunction with their JD or masters degrees in art history, Asian studies, environmental studies, and international studies, to name just some of the possibilities. You must be admitted to both the MBA program and the concurrent one.
You can earn both of these degrees concurrently in four years of full-time study. Compared to the two stand-alone degrees, the concurrent JD/MBA degree saves one year.
A typical JD/MBA study plan might look like:
Specific requirements and time savings vary.