I have been admitted to a number of schools so far but didn't apply for Joint Programs. I also missed the deadline to apply to most business schools so far. I was just wondering if you can apply for joint degree programs after your first year of law school and if so how difficult it will be? I am primarily interested in joint jd/mba programs but am interested in learning more about other masters programs that are offered so i think waiting a year to apply might be beneficial.
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As stated above, it really depends on the school. Most though let you apply in the first year, some the 2nd. I would only caution you to not assume you will get into the b school because you got into the law school, especially if the b school is top rated.
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