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 Bioethics | 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 | 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

Combined Degree Programs

Credit for Courses Taken Before Enrollment as a J.D. Candidate   No credit is granted to any student, except transfer students, for any academic work completed prior to enrollment as a J.D. candidate, including law school courses in this law school and graduate courses in schools and departments at the University of Virginia with whom the Law School maintains joint degree programs.

Limited Enrollment While in Residence   While enrolled in the Law School, no student simultaneously may be enrolled in courses as part of a degree-granting program or otherwise at another institution without prior approval by the curriculum committee.

Documentation for Joint Degree Programs   Students must present documentation indicating acceptance into a joint degree program to the Student Records Office. During one semester of their tenure in the School of Law, students must be registered in the school in which the second degree will be obtained. The Student Records Office must be informed of the semester in which the student will be enrolled in the other school.

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