Joint Degree Programs JD-PhD in Law and Clinical Psychology Program JD-PhD in Law and Clinical Psychology Program Our JD-PhD in Law and Clinical Psychology Program represents the only fully integrated merger of these two professional degrees currently offered at a single university in the U.S.
Students approved for this concurrent degree program may pursue a coordinated curriculum leading to a J.D. degree from the School of Law in conjunction with a Masters or Ph.D. degree from any of the graduate professional or research degree programs at UCI participating in the program.
Pursue a fully funded PhD-JD in Developmental Psychology and Law at Cornell University. Last updated February 20, 2020. Next in my series on How To Fully Fund Your PhD, I provide a list below of universities that offer full funding to all students admitted to their doctoral programs and joint PHD-JD programs in law and justice studies. When seeking funding for the 4-6 years of your doctoral.Northwestern’s Graduate School and School of Law offer an integrated JD and PhD program for students interested in pursuing a career in academia or another research setting (e.g., a policy research organization) and whose teaching and research will be enriched by both the JD and PhD degrees.Each college offering the joint-degree program manages its own, independent admissions process and procedures. In addition to these programs, students may be able to arrange for other cross-disciplinary graduate studies, with advance permission from FIU Law and the Dean of the other graduate discipline.
JD-PhD Program Northwestern's join JD-PhD program is a collaboration between The Graduate School and Northwestern Law. It's designed for applicants who are interested in academic careers examining research topics that are enriched by having a JD and PhD degrees.Read More
The Joint Program in Psychology and Business combines the resources of a world-class PhD business program and the University of Chicago’s Department of Psychology, giving you the flexibility to follow your research interests wherever they lead.Read More
Northwestern JD-PhD graduates have obtained faculty positions in law and graduate schools as well as prestigious judicial clerkships. Advantages of Northwestern's JD-PhD Program The Most Integrated Program of its Kind. The program offers a coherent course of study on a set track that integrates the rigorous terrains of doctoral and law studies.Read More
At Minnesota Law, students have the benefit of being part of a comprehensive, world-class university. Law students who want to prepare for a career at the intersection of law and another discipline can earn a dual degree in one of the more than 200 graduate areas of study offered by the university’s 19 colleges, schools, and major academic units. Dual degree students typically complete both.Read More
Northwestern's JD-PhD program is open to students who intend to pursue an academic or research career and whose teaching and research will be enriched by both degrees. The program is designed to allow students to complete both degrees more effectively than they would through consecutive degree programs.Read More
The Graduate School offers many dual programs that result in the award of degrees in two graduate disciplines. Programs are also available that combine a Graduate School degree with a degree from one of Georgetown’s undergraduate schools (available only to current Georgetown University undergraduates), the Law Center, or the Medical School.Read More
A dual Juris Doctorate (JD) and PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) prepares graduates for careers in fields such as law, economics, and government. Candidates can learn about the requirements to see if.Read More
The joint graduate pathways enable students to complete two graduate programs concurrently, the Juris Doctor and the Master's.Read More
New York University School of Law offers a number of dual degree programs with other graduate schools at the University. This unique opportunity enables students to complete a JD and earn a Master’s degree in four years, or complete the JD in five semesters while pursuing a PhD.Read More
Psychological Assessment in Legal Contexts: Are Courts Keeping “Junk Science” Out of the Courtroom? Read the paper or watch the AAAS Press Briefing of this major project led by Tess Neal: We are happy to welcome three new faculty members: Laura Smalarz, Karey O'Hara, and Alissa Knowles: Congratulations to PhD student Emily Denne who was awarded a 2019 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!Read More