Creighton is one of the few universities in the country offering the 3/3 combined business–law program. Students in the program earn an undergraduate business degree and a law degree in six years instead of the normal seven. Pre-professional study is a specialty of Creighton University and business is a great foundation for the study of law.
Plan of Study
A knowledge of economics and business is highly desirable as a foundation for the study of law. Thorough knowledge of the principles and processes of our economic organization is essential to the proper understanding and application of legal principles. The 3-3 Program allows a student to earn an undergraduate business degree and law degree in six years instead of the normal seven. Students following the 3-3 Program will be considered candidates for the B.S.B.A. degree following the completion of the first year in law; i.e., the fourth year of the program.
Field of Concentration Curriculum
The first year of law studies count as the field of concentration courses.