Joint Degree Programs
Your choice of courses is not limited to Dickinson Law. You may earn up to six credits towards your J.D. degree from approved graduate-level courses offered by other Penn State departments. You also may enroll in one of an array of joint degree programs, graduating with both your J.D. from Dickinson Law and a master’s degree from a coordinate department of Penn State.
J.D./MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (M.B.A.)
Students pursuing the J.D./M.B.A. may want to focus their M.B.A. studies in one of the tracks of electives listed below:
- Business Analytics
- Information Systems
- Strategic Leadership and Innovation
- Supply Chain Management
J.D./MASTER OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (M.P.A.)
Students pursuing the J.D./M.P.A. may want to focus their M.P.A. studies in one of the concentrations listed below:
- Nonprofit Management
- Policy Analysis and Evaluation
- Public Budgeting and Financial Management
- State-Local Government and Administration
J.D./MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH (M.P.H.)
The J.D./M.P.H. joint degree offers students an accelerated course of study of law and public health, enabling them to successfully enter the complex and ever-changing fields of public health and health law. Students pursuing this degree will gain advanced knowledge of legal matters relating to public health; use legal tools to solve public health challenges; and train for a career in public health research, policy, and advocacy; health law; or environmental law.
If interested in pursuing a joint degree, contact the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.