Campbell Law School

Dual Degree Programs

In an effort to provide students with maximum exposure and preparedness for a wide assortment of career opportunities in fields that continue to shape the economy, Campbell Law offers six dual degree programs - four with Campbell University and two with NC State University.

The Juris Doctor & Master of Business Administration Program
Offered through a cooperative arrangement between Campbell Law and Campbell University’s Lundy-Fetterman School of Business, the JD/MBA programis designed to foster a solid understanding of both the law and the latest business management practices. Individuals who graduate with a JD/MBA will be ready to move into a wide variety of administrative or executive roles within the corporate, legal, government or nonprofit communities. This program takes three years to complete.

The Juris Doctor & Master of Business Administration Program
The JD/MBA program, a partnership with NC State University’s Jenkins Graduate School at the Poole College of Management,equips students with legal skills, ethical conviction and intellectual leadership, alongside a relevant and timely focus on technology, innovation, business processes, and practical applications. With a flexible and individualized program of study, the JD/MBA arms students with a broad understanding of a number of different disciplines. As a result, students are well prepared to serve as business and civic leaders in an ever-growing global marketplace. This program takes four years to complete.

The Juris Doctor & Master of Divinity Program
By arrangement with the Campbell University Divinity School, the JD/MDiv program integrates the fields of law and ministry in furtherance of careers in either or both disciplines. The flexible program of study is individualized to provide each student with the best feasible combination of these two complementary disciplines, each of which can be viewed as a calling to serve others. This program takes five years to complete.

The Juris Doctor & Master of Public Administration Program
A collaboration of Campbell Law and NC State University’s School of Public and International Affairs, the JD/MPA program was the first dual degree program of its kind between separate private and public institutions of higher learning in North Carolina. The program provides an exceptional legal education while preparing students to enter or advance in a range of public service leadership posts, including positions within legislative staffs and government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and academic institutions. This program takes four years to complete.

The Juris Doctor & Master of Science in Public Health Program
A joint offering with Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, the JD/MSPH program provides students with a unique interdisciplinary perspective of law and public policy. Graduates will enter the workplace prepared to represent clients, health organizations or systems, and serve in leadership roles in health policy at the national, state, county and local levels. This program takes four years to complete.

The Juris Doctor & Master of Trust and Wealth Management Program
A cooperative arrangement between Campbell Law and Campbell University’s Lundy-Fetterman School of Business, the JD/MTWM program is the only one of its kind in the United States and provides the necessary skill sets for obtaining positions in the wealth management field. Graduates are recognized nationwide for having the hands-on training, people skills, and technical expertise to take their place as leaders in the financial services industry. The program is registered with the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. and graduates of the program are eligible to sit for the national Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards Inc. (CFP®) Certification Examinations and earn the certification. This program takes three years to complete.