Seniors Can Take Graduate LJC Courses as an Undergraduate
Take Graduate Courses for Graduate Credit as an Undergraduate Student...
Leading to a Master's Degree in Law, Justice & Culture in One Additional Year!
Senior undergraduates who are accepted into the M.A. in Law, Justice & Culture are, under certain circumstances, invited to begin the degree early by taking graduate courses for graduate credit in spring semester.
This option applies to any qualifying Ohio University student with senior status (at least 90 earned undergraduate hours), for up to three courses (12 credit hours).
Students must have been accepted into the M.A. program by the end of fall semester.
To qualify to take graduate courses as an undergraduate student, students must have an accumulative undergraduate GPA of at least 3.2. Students also must complete a special form available from the program director, Dr. Kathleen Sullivan, and the Graduate College.
After completing the undergraduate degree, students transition into the M.A. program, completing the master's degree in just one year of full-time graduate study.