10: School of Law

General Information | Admission Information | Financial Aid Information | Career Services
Degree Programs | Academic Regulations | Student Activities and Awards
Annual Law School Awards and Honors | Course Descriptions | Faculty

J.D. Degree | Master of Laws and Doctor of Juridical Science | Degree Requirements
Combined Degree Programs | J.D.-M.A. in Economics | J.D.-M.A. in English
J.D.-M.A. in Government and Foreign Affairs | J.D.-M.A. in History
J.D.-M.A. in Philosophy | J.D.-M.A. in Sociology | J.D.-M.A. in Marine Affairs
External Combined Degree Programs in Public International Law | J.D.-M.B.A. Program
J.D.-M.P. Program | J.D.-M.S. in Accounting Program

J.D.-M.P. Program

The Law School offers a combined program with the Division of Urban and Environmental Planning of the School of Architecture in which the student may earn both the degree of Master of Planning (M.P.) and the J.D. in four years' time. This program is similar in format to the JD.-M.B.A. program. Thus, a student must be independently admitted both to the Law School and to the Architecture School, Division of Planning. The student will spend one full year in each school during his or her first two years in the program. Twelve credits earned in planning courses may be counted toward the J.D., and nine hours of credits earned in Law School courses may be counted toward the Degree in Planning. Prospective applicants to the Law School who are interested in the J.D.-M.P. program should write for detailed information to Timothy Beatley, Chair, Department of Urban and Environmental Planning, School of Architecture, Campbell Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville VA 22903.

The Law School faculty advisor for this program is Professor Thomas R. White, III.


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