Concurrent Enrollment Options - College of Law

Concurrent Enrollment Options

The University of Tulsa offers an excellent opportunity for motivated students to simultaneously earn both their law degree and a Master’s degree from TU in less time than it would take to pursue each degree separately.

At TU Law, students may build their own concurrent enrollment curriculum with several of our graduate programs with a “double counting” of 6 to 10 credit hours depending upon the students areas of graduate school interest. Popular options in the past have included the JD/MBA, the JD/ MA English Language and Literature and the JD/MA Clinical Psychology.

Graduate students at The University of Tulsa have the opportunity to pursue multiple degrees and reduce the total number of credit hours required for the programs than if they were taken separately.

Program information in the Course Bulletin

  • Application Procedure
    • Submit an application for admission to the College of Law at, which requires at least two letters of recommendation, a copy of your transcript reflecting all coursework completed, and personal statement.
    • Apply for an application fee waiver with TU College of Law.
    • Take the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT), which is offered four times a year.
    • Register with the LSAC Credential Assembly Service (CAS). Please note, all candidates must arrange for a copy of their TU undergraduate transcript to be sent to LSAC so that it may be incorporated into the CAS report.
    • If admitted to the College of Law, the first year of study (30 hours of credit) will be in the College of Law. After the first semester of study in the College of Law, a student who is interested in pursuing a joint degree should contact the Graduate School for information about the admission process.
    • In order to be considered for admission, the student must have a letter of recommendation from the Associate Dean for Student Affairs in the College of Law. The letter must certify that the student has demonstrated satisfactory academic progress and has exhibited the character and fitness to pursue a joint degree program.
    • A student must complete the admission process required for the joint degree and must take the GRE or GMAT in order to be admitted. The GRE and/or GMAT may be waived at the discretion of the Graduate School.
    • If a student is admitted into a graduate program, the Graduate School will notify the College of Law. The College of Law will advise the student that they have been admitted to the joint degree program.
    • After the first year of study in the College of Law, a student will take law classes and classes in the graduate curriculum. Each semester, enrollment must be approved by the Associate Dean for Student
    • Affairs in the College of Law and the enrollment adviser to the graduate program. A student may not be enrolled in more than 16 hours of credit in both programs combined.
    • Both the JD degree and the Master’s degree will be conferred after all the requirements for each program have been met and all grades have been certified by the University’s Office of Enrollment and Registration.