« on: June 30, 2006, 10:02:51 AM »
There's a new program which starts real soon (maybe this year, maybe next year) that will allow you to get both degrees in three years. However, you have to be an exceptional candidate for both the law school and Kelley, and you have to have extensive work experience to prove you can handle the workload.
Taco, are you speaking of the B-school joint program or the SPEA program? I know that the MBA program just started an intensive 3 year joint law program, but I hadn't heard anything about SPEA moving in that direction (and I had Professor Barnes last semester so I'd think he would have mentioned something). I wouldn't qualify either way, but just curious...