Law, J.D. & Health Outcomes Research & Evaluation Sciences, M.S. Dual Degree
Saint Louis University's School of Law and its Center for Outcomes Research jointly administer an interdisciplinary Juris Doctor/Master of Science in Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation Sciences. Students can earn the J.D./M.S. degree at SLU in three and one-half years.
Students complete their first-year core curriculum courses in SLU School of Law. Thereafter, students attend classes at the School of Law and participate in online courses through the Center for Outcomes Research.
Students are not permitted to enroll in more than 16 credits per semester. This 16-credit cap is waived during the seventh and final semester of the dual-degree program or in exceptional cases, by approval of the director of the M.S. program and the associate dean of academic affairs at the School of Law.
For additional information see the catalog entries for the following programs:
The School of Law has been continuously accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA) since December 1924. The accrediting body is the Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar of the American Bar Association, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60654, 312-988-6738.
Students must meet the admission requirements and be admitted into both degree programs according to the processes of each of the participating academic units in order to pursue a dual degree program.
Individuals may apply to the M.S. degree program concurrently with application to the School of Law or following admission to the School of Law; however, admission to the dual degree program is contingent upon admission to both the M.S. and the J.D. degree programs.
Students must request that nine credits of coursework completed in the Center for Research Outcomes be applied to the 91 credits required to complete a J.D., by completing the Request for Dual Degree Non-Law Credits form.
Students must maintain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 in all graduate/professional courses.