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Frequently Asked Questions about the MJ Program
Can MJ students take any College of Law courses?
MJ students will have an opportunity to enroll in the same courses available to JD students during their enrollment excluding JD-level practice and skills courses, including, among others, legal clinics, the field placement program, academic journals, drafting classes and trial advocacy.
Are MJ students graded differently than JD students?
In each class, MJ students are graded as a cohort separately from JD and LLM students. To earn the MJ degree, students need to achieve an overall GPA of 2.50. MJ students unable to attain the required GPA by graduation may be eligible to receive a certificate in their selected concentration, but they will not be permitted to enroll in additional College of Law courses.