Joint Degree Programs
To support and encourage those students who may desire or require additional training in a companion discipline outside the law, Georgetown Law offers 18 joint degree programs.
Students in these programs may concurrently pursue studies leading to the awarding of the Juris Doctor (J.D.) and Master of Laws (LL.M.) degrees from the Law Center or the J.D. degree from the Law Center and a graduate or doctoral degree from a graduate program at Georgetown University or Johns Hopkins University (Masters in Public Health degree only).
Examples of joint degree programs include J.D./Masters in Foreign Service, J.D./Masters in Business Administration, and J.D./Masters in Public Policy.
Applicants interested in pursuing a joint degree will apply to the J.D. program and graduate or doctoral degree program separately. Each program has separate admission procedures and separate applications. You must be admitted to both programs separately before you can enter the joint degree.
Learn more about available J.D. joint degree programs.
Learn more about available J.D./LL.M. joint degree programs.