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For additional information OVERVIEW Florida Coastal School of Law and Jacksonville University’s Public Policy Institute have created a joint degree program through which qualified students may pursue a Juris Doctor (JD) and a Master in Public Policy degree from both schools simultaneously. Graduates with a joint JD/MPP degree can develop a diverse group of skills to meet the needs of careers in government, politics, nonprofit management and many others. Why pursue this joint degree? As the first JD/MPP in the state, this program offers an unparalleled combination of legal and public policy education. The JD/MPP program gives students a more tailored education that will provide a competitive advantage when entering their field. Taking only four years to complete, the program shortens the amount of time it would take to pursue each degree individually and is accomplished through the collaborative work of each school’s advisors. Each student will meet jointly with JU and Coastal Law to develop his or her individual academic plan. on the JD/MPP program, visit: Danielle Noe Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs (904) 680-7659 How do I enroll? Students with baccalaureate degrees in any field are welcome to apply. Coastal Law reviews applications on a rolling basis, and later submissions will still be considered. Applicants must meet the entrance requirements for both Coastal Law and Jacksonville University Public Policy Institute and be accepted into each institution. Additionally, a dual degree enrollment form must be approved by each school. Admission to one program does not guarantee that an applicant will be admitted to the other. SCAN THIS OR VISIT Juris Doctor and Master in Public Policy

Juris Doctor and Master in Public Policy

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