Johnson C. Smith Univ. teams up with Charlotte Law
Beginning this fall, Johnson C. Smith University and Charlotte School of Lawwill offer a dual degree program that will allow students to earn an undergraduate degree and a law degree in six years.
High-performing students at JCSU will be recruited for the program. Students will follow a schedule that allows them to complete their JCSU degree requirements minus major electives. Then, at the end of their junior year, qualified students can enter the law program at Charlotte Law. Full credits required for graduation at JCSU must be completed by the end of August following the students’ first year of law school.
Candidates for the program will be required to have a minimum SAT score of at least 900 and a minimum GPA of 3.0.