Joint Degree Options
How to Apply
Applying to a Joint Degree Program
Candidates for joint degree programs must obtain advance approval from the College of Law. Minimum law GPA requirements apply to joint degree program participation for law students.
Joint Degree programs:
More information about our joint degrees.
Details on how to apply to a joint degree program.
Please note: Application information and supporting documentation submitted to the College of Law will not be shared with or photocopied for other Syracuse University departments. In addition, joint degree candidates should be aware that consistent with Law School Admission Council policy, LSAT scores may be used for purposes of admission to law school only. The College of Law and CAS will not report LSAT scores to other graduate departments. Potential joint degree applicants may have to take additional standardized tests, such as the GRE or GMAT. Candidates should request the Syracuse University graduate catalog and application from Syracuse University, Office of Graduate Admissions, 303 Bowne Hall, Syracuse NY 13244-1200; telephone 315-443-4492.
Additional tuition charges may apply to joint degree students if you exceed 19 credit hours during the academic year or if you take summer classes.