J.D./M.A. in Law and International Relations
The dual degree program in Law and International Relations provides an essential background for positions in national governments or international agencies, and gives the international lawyer a perspective on the global environment. Students can complete this dual degree program in three-and-a-half years. The requirements for the dual degree include courses in the I.R. core areas of Theory and Policy, Political Economy, Security Studies and Regional Studies. The required J.D. Courses in the School of Law provide professional background and preparation for law practice.