Charlotte expands dual degree offerings with UNC Charlotte

Charlotte School of Law and the Belk College of Business at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte have teamed up to offer several dual degree programs. Students can now earn their J.D. while also earning a Master’s Degree in various fields including business administration, public administration, accountancy and real estate.

The J.D. and master’s in real estate dual degree program allows students to spend their first two years at the law school, their third year at UNC Charlotte and the rest of their time in school finishing any remaining requirements for either program. The J.D. and Master’s in accounting program is four years long.

The J.D. and Master’s in Business Administration program, which launched in fall 2012, was the first dual degree program at Charlotte School of Law and it inspired the creation of the three others.Prospective dual-degree students must apply to both the law school and university separately and pay tuition at each institution.