Joint Degree Programs with School of Law
A student may pursue a joint degree program that includes a law degree (J.D.) and graduate degree in Forest Resources (M.S. or Ph.D.) or Wildlife and Fisheries Science (Ph.D). A student must apply to both The Dickinson School of Law and the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management.
Students must apply to The Dickinson School of Law and Department of Ecosystem Science and Management separately and must meet each school's admissions requirements. Students are eligible to start taking courses in the our programs after successfully completing the first-year curriculum with the law school. Learn more about the joint-degree program at The Dickinson School of Law.