A look at University of Akron Law’s ‘3+3’ accelerated bachelor’s/JD program

12 December 2020

UNIVERSITY OF AKRON SCHOOL OF LAW — In the 3 + 3 program, students complete enough credits in 3 years of college to start law school in their 4th year. They fulfill their bachelor’s degree requirements through the successful completion of their first-year law school courses, saving them a full year of undergraduate study and expenses.

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University of Dayton Law announces five-year accelerated bachelor’s/JD program

11 December 2020

UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON — Aspiring criminal justice studies and philosophy majors thinking about law school can get their bachelor’s and law degrees in five years instead of the traditional seven at the University of Dayton, thanks to fast-track programs that will save students tuition and living expenses.

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University of Dayton launches accelerated ‘3+2’ five-year bachelor’s/JD program

17 November 2020

THE NATIONAL JURIST — The University of Dayton, in conjunction with its law school, has created a new fast-track program for undergraduate students who also want to pursue a law degree. Students who major in criminal justice or philosophy now have an option to save tens of thousands of dollars and two years of schooling.

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University of Cincinnati Law and Mount St. Joseph University launch ‘3+3’ accelerated JD/Bachelor’s degree program

3 September 2019

UNIV. OF CINCINNATI LAW — The University of Cincinnati College of Law and Mount St. Joseph University (MSJ) have partnered to create an accelerated dual degree option for highly motivated and highly qualified students seeking to earn their undergraduate and juris doctor degrees in less time.

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UMass Law partners with Salem State and Assumption College for accelerated ‘3+3’ bachelor’s/JD programs

26 August 2019

SOUTHCOAST TODAY — Salem State University and Assumption College in Worcester have partnered with the University of Massachusetts School of Law at UMass Dartmouth to enable their students to earn a law degree in six years, rather than the traditional seven years, officials said.

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University of Montana Law and Carroll College announce ‘3+3’ accelerated JD/bachelor’s degree program

12 August 2019

MONTANA PUBLIC RADIO — The University of Montana and Carroll College are launching two partnerships they say will help students get their graduate degrees in less time and at a lower cost.

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Syracuse Law seeks to grow minority enrollment through ‘3+3’ admissions agreements with HBCUs

5 August 2019

INSIGHT INTO DIVERSITY — Syracuse University College of Law hopes to double Black student enrollment within the next five years through a 3+3 admissions program. Syracuse’s program comes in the form of an agreement with three historically Black colleges or universities (HBCUs) in Atlanta — Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, and Spelman College.

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University of Massachusetts Law and Salem State University establish ‘3+3’ accelerated bachelor’s/JD agreement

29 July 2019

UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS DARTMOUTH — The University of Massachusetts School of Law at UMass Dartmouth and Salem State University established an agreement that streamlines degree attainment for students to earn their bachelor’s and law degrees. The 3+3 agreement allows pre-law students to spend three years at Salem State working towards their bachelor’s degree.

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Missouri State University enacts ‘3+3’ accelerated bachelor’s/JD program with state’s public law schools

15 July 2019

KY3 — Missouri State University has established transfer agreements with both public law schools in Missouri: University of Missouri-Columbia and University of Missouri-Kansas City. Qualified Missouri State students will have a one-year head start on attending law school and will be able to earn a bachelor’s degree and JD degree in six years.

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University of Mississippi Law student Mariel Spencer first to finish undergraduate studies in ‘3+3’ accelerated law program

17 June 2019

OLE MISS LAW — Mariel Spencer, of Seattle, Washington, recently made history when she completed her bachelor’s degree in general business at the University of Mississippi. What made her degree unique is that it included coursework in torts, civil procedure, legal research and writing, and constitutional law.

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