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Concurrent Degree Program Descriptions


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Doctor of Medicine

The JD/MD program requires students to spend their first year at the School of Law in Carbondale, where they will complete 32 credit hours of prescribed first-year course work. Read more about the JD/MD degree

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Masters of Accountancy

During the first academic year of concurrent work on the two degrees, the JD/MaCC student enrolls only in the first-year law curriculum. Students must pass all required courses which currently consist of all first-year courses. Read more about the JD/M.Acc degree

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Masters of Business Administration

During the first academic year of concurrent work on the two degrees, the student enrolls only in the first-year law curriculum. Students must pass all required courses which currently consist of all first-year courses. Read more about the JD/M.B.A degree

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Master of Science in Education

The Department of Educational Administration and Higher Education (EAHE) is partnering with the School of Law to offer a joint Masters of Science in Education (M.S. Ed.) degree along with the Juris Doctorate (J.D.) degree. Read more about the JD/M.S.Ed. degree

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Masters of Public Administration

All concurrent study students must complete either the M.P.A. internship experience and project, or the applied study project. Internships, for which six semester hours of credit are earned, normally are scheduled during the third or fourth year of concurrent study. Additionally, a faculty-supervised thesis or research paper is written on some administrative or policy issue in public administration. Read more about the JD/M.P.A. degree

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Masters of Social Work

The School of Social Work offers two tracks for the M.S.W. degree. Read more about the JD/M.S.W degree

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Masters of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Southern Illinois University Carbondale is one of the few institutions in the country to offer a concurrent degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Law. Students prepared for this program are expected to possess an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering or related field. Read more about the JD/ECE degree

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