Ohio Dominican University has partnered with the University of Dayton School of Law (UDSL) to offer ODU students an accelerated path toward earning a Juris Doctor (JD). The program will begin admitting students this fall.
The program is available in a 3+2 format, meaning students have the option of completing their bachelor’s and JD in as few as five years. After completing the first three years of their undergraduate studies at ODU, students will attend UD, where they will complete their final year of their bachelor’s degree while simultaneously working toward a doctorate.
The law program is open to ODU students majoring in political science, philosophy, English or mathematics. UD will offer participating ODU students a minimum $10,000 scholarship each academic year of law school.
For more information on this partnership, please visit ohiodominican.edu/UD.