A concurrent degree from Oregon Law can give you knowledge and skills that complement your J.D. and broaden your career opportunities.
While pursuing your J.D., you can enroll in one of nine masters programs, including business; community and regional planning; conflict and dispute resolution; environmental studies, international studies, journalism, public administration, and water resources.
Wherever you want to practice, a concurrent degree from the University of Oregon can help you get there.
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