Degrees Offered

Master of Business Administration (MBA)/Juris Doctor (JD)

  • Offered in conjunction with Suffolk's Sawyer Business School
  • Four years (day)
  • 5-6 years (evening)
  • Accelerated three years (plus two summers)

Master of Laws in Taxation (LLM)/JD

  • All classes at Suffolk Law School
  • Acelerated three years (plus one full-time summer)

Master of Public Administration (MPA)/JD

  • Offered in conjunction with Suffolk's Sawyer Business School
  • four years (day)
  • five years (evening)

Master of Science in Finance (MSF)/JD

  • Offered in conjunction with Suffolk's Sawyer Business School
  • four years (day)
  • 5-6 years (evening)

Master in Science in International Economics (MSIE)/JD

  • Offered in conjunction with Suffolk's College of Arts and Sciences
  • Four years (day)
  • 5-6 years (evening)

Master of Science Crime and Justice Studies (MSCJS)/JD

  • Offered in conjunction with Suffolk's College of Arts and Sciences
  • Four years (day)
  • 5-6 years (evening)

How to Apply

New students applying for a joint degree programs apply only to the Law School, which means taking the LSAT and submitting Suffolk Law’s online application through LSAC.org. Joint degree applicants should indicate their desire to apply to the joint degree program and include a second essay that specifically mentions the joint degree. In many cases, you will not need to take the GMAT or GRE. However, the Graduate Admission Office may request additional standardized testing for applicants in the MSIE and MSF programs.

For more info on submtiting an application to Suffolk Law, visit our How to Apply webpage.

If you are currently attending Suffolk Law School and want to add a joint degree, you must apply for the second degree program through Suffolk University's Graduate Admission Office.

Financial Aid

All admitted graduate students, including international students, are considered for institutional merit awards at Suffolk Law School. For information on financial aid, grants, loans, and fellowship
opportunities, visit the Law School Office of Financial Aid.