Students in the J.D.-M.B.A. program typically follow this four-year plan: In the first year, the student enrolls in the Anderson Graduate School of Management and completes a year in that program. In the second year, the student enrolls in the School of Law and takes first-year law courses. In the third and fourth years, the student takes selected law and business electives.
Depending on the student's degree plan, the Anderson Graduate School of Management accepts six or nine approved credit hours of law courses. In return, the School of Law accepts six credit hours of approved business courses.
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About the University of New Mexico School of Law Degrees Awarded: Juris Doctor (J.D.) J.D./Masters of Business Administration J.D./Masters of Arts in Latin American Studies J.D./Masters of Arts in Acc ... Read More