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Posted On November 9, 2015
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Posted On October 27, 2015
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Posted On October 12, 2015
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Dual Degree Student
Touro Law offers three dual-degree programs
in partnership with local institutions. Students must apply separately to Touro Law Center and to the partner institution and be accepted for admission by both. Each of the partner institutions has its own admissions requirements, but all waive the GMAT and the GRE for Law Center students.
Dual-degree candidates benefit from:
- Maximum flexibility in overall program planning, since each of the partner institutions admits two or more new classes during the academic year.
- The reciprocal transfer of between 18 and 30 credits (depending on the degree), thereby reducing the time required to obtain the combined degrees by up to one year.
- Potential tuition savings. The Law Center's tuition is charged at the prevailing per-credit rate (instead of per full-time/part-time semester) when students are taking classes simultaneously at Touro Law and at a partner institution.
To find out more about one of the dual-degree programs offered at Touro Law Center, click on the link below: