Business Administration and Juris Doctor Dual Degree (J.D./M.B.A.)
J.D./M.B.A.- Juris Doctor and Master of Business Administration
The J.D./M.B.A. is a dual degree program which allows students to earn both a Juris Doctorate and a Master of Business Administration degree in 3 ½ years, saving time and money when compared to pursing the two degrees separately. Students complete year one at the UNH School of Law, attend the Full-Time M.B.A. program at UNH in Durham in year two, and return to the law school for the duration of their J.D. program. The J.D./M.B.A. allows students to gain comprehensive knowledge of the interconnection between law and business to better position themselves for success.
J.D./M.B.A. students are fully integrated into the Full-Time M.B.A. cohort. Refer to the Full-Time M.B.A. page for more detailed program information.
M.B.A. courses are primarily intended for matriculated students who have been admitted to the M.B.A. program. Other degree seeking students and M.B.A. alumni may request permission to register for courses on a space-available basis.
Audit: Required M.B.A. core courses cannot accommodate auditors. Other degree-seeking students and M.B.A. alumni may request permission from the instructor to audit M.B.A. electives.
|ADMN 912||Organizational Behavior||3|
|ADMN 919||Management Accounting||3|
|ADMN 926||Information Systems and Enterprise Integration||3|
|ADMN 930||Financial Management||3|
|ADMN 956||Managerial Decision Making||3|
|ADMN 960||Marketing Management||3|
|ADMN 840||International Business||3|
|ADMN 940||Technology and Operations Management||3|
|ADMN 952||Organizations, Leadership, and Environments||3|
|Elective or ADMN 902 Internship 1||3|
|ADMN 982||Strategic Management: Decision Making||3|
|ADMN 905||Corporate Consulting Project I||3|
|ADMN 906||Corporate Consulting Project II||3|
|2 Electives 2||6|
Students with fewer than two years of work experience are required to complete a 140 hour M.B.A. Internship in lieu of an elective.
The Full-Time M.B.A. curriculum is complete at the end of Term 4 with a total of 48 credits. Students have the option of taking courses in Term 5 to complete a specialization or for their own interest. These courses are offered at the continuing education cost.