U. of Penn. Law School, Wharton launch three-year joint J.D./M.B.A program

, The National Law Journal

The University of Pennsylvania Law School and the Wharton School have launched a three-year joint J.D./M.B.A. degree. Different from typical four-year law/business programs offered at universities, the new course of study calls for students to spend their first year at the law school and the following summer in four so-called "Law and Wharton" courses. Students in their second and third years will take a combination of Law and Wharton courses and a capstone course that ties the two disciplines together.

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