Concurrent program to earn an MBA and a JD is offered through SDSU’s partnership with California Western School of Law (CWSL).
This concurrent degree program is designed for students interested in working in fields where law and business converge. Students are expected to apply first to the law program and then apply to the SDSU MBA program during their first year of law school.
The MBA classes will be taken at SDSU’s Fowler College of Business and the 77 JD units will be taken at CWSL. Each institution grants credit for up to 12 units taken at the other institution thus reducing the total amount of units needed to complete both degrees. Students can expect to complete the joint MBA/JD in four years. The courses in year one will be taken at CWSL. Courses in year two at SDSU.
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Juris Doctor Curriculum
- BA 623: Statistical Analysis
- BA 624: Organizational Behavior and Leadership
- BA 625: Financial and Management Accounting
- BA 626: Business Economics
- BA 627: Marketing
- BA 628: Operations and Supply Chain Management
- BA 629: Financial Management
- BA 630: Business Strategy
Include graduate-level business courses in accounting, information systems, finance, marketing, and management. Students who waive 2 core classes must take an additional 3 units of electives
Students have the option of completing a thesis or engaging in a business consulting project. Those who wish to partake in the consulting project work on a real-world business challenge for an established company within a group of approximately 4 – 5 students and a faculty advisor.