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University of Calgary Calendar 2014-2015 Faculty of Law 1. Summary of Degree Programs
1. Summary of Degree Programs
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*Combined Degree with the Haskayne School of Business

**Combined Degree with the School of Public Policy


The JD program comprises three years of full-time study or six years of part-time study, each divided into two sessions of 13 weeks. The program is designed to satisfy the requirements of the Law Societies of common law Canada for admission to the respective Bars.

Combined Degree Programs

The Faculty of Law offers combined degree programs with the Haskayne School of Business, a combined JD/MBA program, and the School of Public Policy, a combined JD/MPP program. Students wishing to obtain either combined degree must be admitted to each Faculty through the regular admissions process of each Faculty. Students who have completed their first year of either program may still apply for a combined program by meeting the normal application and admission requirements for the other faculty. Each combined degree program is a four year program. Interested applicants should contact the Student Services Officer for additional information.


The Faculty of Law offers graduate work leading to both a thesis-based and a course-based LLM degree. The graduate program is confined to the areas of natural resources, energy and environmental law. See the Faculty of Graduate Studies Calendar for further details.