BA in Economics + Catholic University School of Law
A new partnership agreement between Marymount University and The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law (CUA Law)
makes it possible for eligible students pursuing a B.A. in Economics
to receive direct admission to CUA Law after successful completion of three years of undergraduate study.
Interested students should meet with their advisors as soon as possible to review program requirements and fit.
3 + 3 Advantage:
Students who pursue an Economics
degree will be able to use their first-year law school courses at CUA Law to fulfill the required fourth-year coursework at Marymount. First-year law school credits will be accepted by Marymount to complete the student's bachelor's degree.
The benefits? 3 + 3 students can earn their bachelor's degree and their Juris Doctor (J.D.) in only six years.
3 + 3 Eligibility:
Third-year Marymount BBA students who are pursuing an Economics
degree or fourth-year students (graduating seniors) will be eligible for direct admission to CUA Law by having:
- Completed at least three (3) years of Marymount coursework
- Earned a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.6 by the end of the academic year for third-year students (juniors) or earned a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 by the end of the academic year for fourth-year students (seniors).
- Scored above the 66th percentile on the Law School Adminission Test (LSAT)
- Remained in good academic standing and disciplinary standing
- Met all of the fitness, character and other criteria for admission required by the Office of Admission of CUA Law.