Master 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, Constitutional Law, Civil Procedure II, Evidence, Legal Profession and a Senior Writing Requirement. Thereafter, the student may enroll for courses in either the School of Law or in the School of Accountancy.
Students entering the J.D./M.Acc. concurrent degree program without the necessary foundation courses in the common body of knowledge of business and administration as specified by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business must complete them in a satisfactory manner. Students may have prior course work evaluated for satisfaction of foundation requirements.