If you want to broaden your career opportunities in the fields of business and law, consider Stetson University's J.D./M.B.A. program. Students completing the program receive both an M.B.A. degree from the Stetson University School of Business Administration and a J.D. degree from the Stetson University College of Law. Holders of these degrees can use the J.D. to provide legal context for managerial activities and the M.B.A. to sharpen administrative and managerial decision-making skills. Many CEOs and upper-level managers hold law degrees. At Stetson University's College of Law, competence comes from a solid academic curriculum backed by an intensive program of skills training through legal clinics and other real-law experiences. As a graduate of the program, you will enter the workforce ready to work with a solid education in business and law designed to develop management competencies. In this program, you will enjoy a significant savings in required coursework. Both degrees may be completed within three years. The M.B.A. program accepts 12 credit hours from a list of directed electives in the law program, and the College of Law accepts 12 credit hours from the M.B.A. program of study. Your net benefit is a reduction of 24 credit hours when compared to pursuing the two degrees independently.