Full-Time M.B.A. / J.M. Dual Degree Program
The MBA/JM dual degree program is designed to enhance a student's business knowledge and professional pursuits with legal grounding relevant to their profession or industry.
The JM is a 24-credit-hour program that allows students to customize their coursework to meet their individual career needs, and may be completed full-time in one-year. While there are many JM specialization tracks available, following are several that may be relevant to MBA students:
- Business Law
- Intellectual Property
- Investment Banking
- Labor and Employment
- Media & Communications
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Real Estate
MBA/JM dual degree students would earn an MBAfrom Goizueta Business School in addition to a J.M. degree from Emory Law School; neither degree would be awarded until the requirements for both are complete. This arrangement will allow MBA/JM students to add the JM credential with the addition of two semesters for the One-Year MBA program and one semester for the Two-Year MBA program.
While enrolled in the JM program, MBA/JM dual degree students must carry at least 12 credit hours each semester at the Law School.
Scholarships for the JM program may be available to students pursing the MBA/JM dual degree. All applicants will be considered for a scholarship during the application process, and decisions made on a holistic basis.
All MBA/JM dual degree applications will be reviewed and application decisions made independently by Goizueta Business School and Emory Law School. Both schools must agree to admit the applicants to the MBA/JM dual degree program. Should one school deny admission to an applicant, the applicant would be denied admission to the MBA/JM dual degree program. The applicant may still be accepted to either academic program independent of the other academic program.
Please visit application process and requirements for more details on the MBA application process.
Please visit application process and requirements for more details on the JM application process.
If you have any questions or want to learn more about the program, please contact Andrea Schmoyer, Director of Graduate Programs Admissions, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-727-2191.