Florida State Law offers joint-degree programs in cooperation with other colleges, schools and departments at Florida State. Joint-degree programs enable students to earn two degrees concurrently, the juris doctor and a master’s degree.
Students interested in a joint degree must submit all required materials to the law school and must make a separate application to the graduate school. Upon admission to the law school and the other graduate program, the student must file a joint-degree application form and consult the appropriate faculty advisor.
Law and Economics, J.D.-M.S.
Law and Family and Child Sciences, J.D.-M.S.
Law and Information Studies, J.D.-M.S.
Law and International Affairs, J.D.-M.S.
Law and Public Administration, J.D.-M.P.A.
Law and Social Work, J.D.-M.S.W.
Law and Sports Management, J.D.-M.S.
Law and Urban and Regional Planning, J.D.-M.S.P.
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