Students at two Midwest universities can earn their undergraduate and law degrees in just six years, thanks to new partnerships with the University of Akron School of Law.
Akron Law has partnered with Walsh University in Canton, Ohio, and Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to offer joint 3+3 Bachelor’s/Law Accelerated Degree Programs.
In a 3+3 program, a student’s senior year of undergraduate studies will coincide with their his or her first year at Akron Law,. Students earn their undergraduate degrees from Walsh or RMU after their first year of law school studies at Akron Law.
These “accelerated programs will better enable us to assist students who are interested in the law by reducing their financial burden, enhancing their educational options, and working with them earlier in the process,” said Akron Law Dean Matthew J. Wilson.
Students can apply for the program immediately.