These dual degrees are ideal if you are interested in using your law degree to influence public policy. The graduate program is offered at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and is accredited by the National Association of Public Affairs and Administration.
Applicants interested in pursuing one of these combined degrees must independently gain admission to both the School of Law and the Department of Public Policy at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Nine graduate credits will be accepted toward the J.D. degree, and twelve to fifteen law school credits will be accepted toward the master's or doctorate.