Students in Combined Arts & Sciences-Law (3-3) Program earn both an undergraduate degree and a law degree in six years instead of the normal seven, subject to the following requirements:
Students pursuing the BA/JD or the BS/JD will be considered candidates for the BA or BS degree following the successful completion of the first year in the Creighton University School of Law; i.e., the fourth year of the combined program. Such candidates for the BA or BS must file an application for degree with the Registrar’s Office by February 15th of the fourth year for the degree to be conferred in May.
Students must complete 32 credit hours, with at least a “C” average, in the first full year of the Creighton University School of Law, and students must have completed at least 48 undergraduate hours at Creighton University.
3-3 Programs are available in the following CCAS majors: Classical and Near Eastern Studies, Communication Studies, English, History, French and Francophone Studies, German Studies, Spanish and Hispanic Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, and Theology. Consult departmental websites for sample programs of study.