Are you seeking a J.D./M.B.A. dual degree program? While earning your law degree at Liberty, you can complete a 36-hour general Master of Business Administration. Liberty’s M.B.A. program equips you with the skills to manage people as well as complicated business situations. You will also explore corporate responsibility, entrepreneurship, and nonprofit management. Some law school courses can be used to meet degree requirements for the Master of Business Administration program.
To participate in the dual degree program, you must apply to and be accepted into the Overton Graduate School of Business Master of Business Administration – 36-hour program. Permission to participate in the M.B.A. dual degree program must also be obtained from the law school registrar and the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
Tuition for Law and Master of Business Administration Dual Degree Program
Law school tuition covers the cost of M.B.A. classes taken during the fall and spring semesters. However, classes taken during the summer and winter terms are not covered.