Students must complete 20 units (five courses) of communication courses at the School of Communication: one core class from the student’s preferred track; one method course; CMGT 597a, CMGT 597b; and the remaining two courses may be from either core or elective offerings.
First Year: Required law school courses.
Second and Third Years: 20 units of communications courses and 38 units of law courses, of which 8 units must be approved as appropriate for acceptance by the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism toward its degree. All students take CMGT 597a, CMGT 597b in the third year.
Application to pursue the dual degree should be made before completion of 15 units of work on law or 8 units toward the MA Admission by the law school to its JD degree will be evaluated as a substitute for GRE scores.
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