Joint Degree Programs
One of the many advantages enjoyed by Creighton University School of Law students is participation in the life of a great university that focuses highly on research and community. Creighton University offers a variety of graduate degree programs that students may wish to pursue concurrently with the study of law.
Law and Master of Business Administration J.D./MBA
Do you want to save on tuition and time? Pursue a joint J.D./MBA at Creighton University and get the best of both worlds.
By obtaining your joint degree with the School of Law and the Heider College of Business you’ll graduate prepared to tackle legal and business issues, whether you work in a legal practice, business, government or in any number of other careers. You will complete both degrees in as little as three years and have a large numbers of externship opportunities.
Law and Government Organization & Leadership J.D./M.S. (GOAL)
Is D.C. your GOAL? Then the GOAL program is your ticket to Washington, D.C.
The Creighton University School of law offers a combined degree program to meet the growing needs of government for highly qualified lawyers. In three years, law students can earn both a Juris Doctor and a Master of Science in Government and Leadership. The program includes a Washington, D.C. - based semester with a full-time federal government externship.
Law and a Master of Science in Negotiation & Conflict Resolution J.D./M.S. (NCR)
Do you want to be the expert in workplace conflict, client disputes, and challenging mediation resolutions?
Your two degrees from Creighton University School of Law and the Graduate School will enhance your professional credentials and make you even more competitive as a job applicant. You’ll be prepared to work wherever conflict arises—whether that’s with individuals, families, organizations, communities or governments.
General Application Procedures
Students wishing to pursue a joint degree program at Creighton University School of Law and another program at Creighton University must apply to each program separately and follow the application procedures of each respective program. Reference each academic page for specific application steps.