Baylor Law school offers five joint degree programs. Persons with questions concerning any of the joint degree programs should contact the Associate Dean of the Law School concerning their interest in the program.
Students must apply for admission to, and be accepted by, both the Law School and the Graduate School (for the JD/MBA, JD/MBA in Healthcare Administration, JD/Master of Taxation and JD/Master of Public Policy), or the George W. Truett Theological Seminary for the JD/Master of Divinity. Applicants are required to be apply to each particular school for admission, take the required entrance exam(s), and be accepted to both schools prior to matriculation as a joint degree candidate. Students must consult with the Law School Associate Dean prior to beginning study on the graduate degree portion of a joint degree.