Students who have an undergraduate degree in business or economics or who have at least 2 years of business experience.
Students receive JD degree and MBA degree in three years.
Students who do not have an undergraduate degree in business or economics or any business experience.
Students receive JD degree and MBA degree in 4 years.
Day and evening J.D. students who pay a flat tuition rate and are enrolled in the J.D./M.B.A. program will pay the prevailing law school tution rates and fees throughout the program except during periods when enrolled at only the business school. When enrolled in only business school courses, students will pay tuition at the MBA tuition rate on a per credit basis. Part-time day and evening J.D. students who pay their law school tuition on a per credit basis will pay per credit for both JD and MBA courses, regardless of the semester.
All J.D./M.B.A. students are responsible for any late registration, late payment, installment fees and matriculation fees associated with both the Law School and Business School. For information on tuition and fees at both the Law School and the School of Business and Management, please visit the Temple University Bursar's Office website.
The Law School Financial Aid Office processes all requests for assistance for students enrolled in the J.D./M.B.A. programs.
Students who want to develop their knowledge of business while pursuing a law degree, but are not considering a JD/MBA, may be interested in the Law School’s Certificate in Business Law program. The Certificate in Business Law is designed for students who do not have an undergraduate degree in business or an extensive background in business. While pursuing their JD degrees, students in the Certificate in Business Law program take: 12 to 15 credits of MBA courses, including Statistics, Accounting, and Finance (6 to 9 credits are transferred to JD), 18 credits of business related law courses, and receive a notation on their transcript. Application to the Certificate program is made during the Spring semester of the first year in Law School.
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