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MBA/JD [#permalink] New post 25 Apr 2004, 07:46
Hi,
my question is related to an MBA/JD. Rather then do both degrees under the "joint degree" umbrella, I will be doing them individually but concurrently.
My question is, what is your impression of a graduate that holds both degrees? Job prospects? Is there a sufficient demand?

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Hi,
my question is related to an MBA/JD. Rather then do both degrees under the "joint degree" umbrella, I will be doing them individually but concurrently.
My question is, what is your impression of a graduate that holds both degrees? Job prospects? Is there a sufficient demand?

Thanks.


I am not an expert on the employment prospect of JD/MBAs and welcome input from others who may be more knowledgeable than I am. As far as I know, assuming you do well in your MBA and JD programs, use the summers intelligently to build your resume, and are realistic and flexible in your professional goals, employment options are good.

Good luck!

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