UCLA School of Law and the Anderson School of Management at UCLA jointly offer a J.D/M.B.A. program designed to provide opportunities for students to prepare for careers in which law and management overlap and an understanding of both fields is desired. Areas of specialization include public service, international trade, industrial relations, corporate law and finance, and specialized areas of management consulting.
JURIS DOCTOR/MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (M.B.A.)
(School of Law and the Anderson School of Management)
- A four-year program (120 weeks of residency credit).
- Satisfactory completion of at least seventy-three (73) first year and elective Law School semester units and at least seventy-six (76)
Management School quarter units are required.
For more detailed information about Joint Degree Requirements, please see the Summary of Academic Standards.
Information About the M.B.A. Portion of the Joint Degree Program:
J.D./M.B.A. (Anderson Graduate School of Management)