You will earn your Master of Crime & Justice Studies/Juris Doctor dual degree at both the College of Art & Sciences and Suffolk University Law School. Through your advanced studies, you will emerge prepared to think critically and act decisively to improve outcomes for both individuals and communities. Our faculty roster of leading thinkers in the field and hands-on internships will further help you maximize your professional potential.
You can pursue your MSCJS/JD dual degree either full- or part-time. The curriculum consists of 80 Law School credits and 24 College credits.
You may apply for this dual-degree program before you enter Suffolk University, during your first year of full-time MSCJS studies, or during your second or third year of study at the Law School.