3+3 Law Degree Program puts undergrads on the fast track to a law degree
If you're seriously considering a law degree, Concordia's 3+3 Law Degree Program offers undergraduate students an accelerated track to earn both their bachelor's and juris doctor degrees — graduating in just six years, rather than the usual seven years of study. This accelerated track lowers costs on everything from tuition, books, and housing to other living expenses. And by shaving an entire year off the process, you can start your legal career and begin earning that much sooner.
Here's how the program works
The 3+3 Law Degree Program is simple. You attend one of the partner schools, listed above, for three years. During that time, you fulfill all the major course requirements necessary to graduate with a bachelor's degree from your university's College of Arts & Sciences.
To show your interest in the 3+3 Law Degree Program, you must submit an application by February 1 of your sophomore year. Next, you must sign up for and take the LSAT in June or October of that same calendar year.
If approved for the program, once you finish your junior year as an undergraduate, you will become a first-year law student at Concordia University School of Law, rather than returning to your school for senior year. After you successfully complete your first year of law school, the credits you earn will count toward both a Juris Doctor degree and the elective credits necessary to complete your undergraduate degree.
For more information on the 3+3 Law Degree Program, contact your pre-law advisor or admission counselor.