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Concurrent Degrees

Business and Law (J.D./M.B.A.)

Doctor of Jurisprudence/Master of Business Administration

Offered by the School of Law and the Charles H. Lundquist College of Business, this four-year program allows students to study the business and legal aspects of corporate finance, accounting, corporate management, sports marketing, and international business.

Community & Regional Planning and Law (J.D./MCRP)

Doctor of Jurisprudence/Master of Community and Regional Planning

The School of Law and the Department of Planning, Public Policy, and Management offer concurrent degrees that provide students with professionally accredited degrees in both community and regional planning and law; the opportunity to interact with professionals in both the legal and planning communities; opportunities for both legal and planning internships; and an array of coursework that will prepare students for a wide range of professional careers.

Conflict and Dispute Resolution and Law (J.D./M.S. or M.A.)

Doctor of Jurisprudence/Master of Science or Master of Arts

The law school's Appropriate Dispute Resolution Center houses a two-year Master's degree program in Conflict and Dispute Resolution that addresses the wider scope of non-adversarial dispute resolution options and the concepts and skills needed to implement those alternatives. Attaining the two degrees, J.D. and Master's, in four years rather than five, law students deepen their understanding of negotiation, dispute resolution, and alternative methods of settlement.

Environmental Studies and Law (J.D./M.S.)

Doctor of Jurisprudence/Master of Science

Offered by the law school and environmental studies, this concurrent degree program results in two degrees in four years rather than the standard five. It allows students to study aspects of environmental regulation and resource development from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.

International Studies and Law (J.D./M.A.)

Doctor of Jurisprudence/Master of Arts

Students who select this four-year concurrent degree option combine legal and international studies.The program provides area-specific expertise for students who intend to pursue careers in international human rights, asylum, immigration, or public interest law. International and United States students are encouraged to apply.

Journalism and Law (J.D./M.A. or M.S.)

Doctor of Jurisprudence/Master of Arts or Master of Science

The School of Law and the School of Journalism and Communication offer concurrent juris doctor and master of arts in communication and society degrees. The degrees provide students a broad base of legal and communication skills supporting an expanded range of career paths; opportunities for both legal and communications internships; and a wide range of complementary coursework and skills development not otherwise available.

Nonprofit Management and Law (J.D./M.N.M.)

Doctor of Jurisprudence/Master of Nonprofit Management

The School of Law and the Department of Planning, Public Policy, and Management offer concurrent degrees that provide students with professionally accredited degrees in both law and nonprofit management; the opportunity to interact with professionals in both the legal and nonprofit communities; opportunities for both legal and nonprofit management internships; and an array of coursework that will prepare students for a wide range of professional careers.

Public Administration and Law (J.D./MPA)

Doctor of Jurisprudence/Master of Public Administration

The School of Law and the Department of Planning, Public Policy, and Management offer concurrent degrees that provide students with professionally accredited degrees in both law and public administration; the opportunity to interact with professionals in both the legal and public administration communities; opportunities for both legal and public administration internships; and an array of coursework that will prepare students for a wide range of professional careers.

Water Resources and Law (J.D./M.S.)

Doctor of Jurisprudence/Master of Science

The School of Law and Oregon State University offer concurrent degrees that provide students with an intersection between the law and water resources engineering, science, or policy and management.


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