College of Law > Academics > Experiential Learning > Third Year in Practice
Students admitted to the 3YP program will be required to complete 24 credit hours of experiential courses, including a one semester 5 to 9 credit intensive externship and to enroll in the 3YP Seminar course. In addition, students choose from an array of Skills courses, Legal Drafting courses and Legal Clinic courses to create a fully immersive third year in practice. Admitted students can apply up to 6 credits of experiential courses taken during their second year toward the 24 credit hour requirement. Admitted students are allowed to take up to 21 credits of out-of-classroom courses.
The five components of the 3YP program are described below.
3YP Student Information Guide