The Freeman School offers Tulane University School of Law students the opportunity to earn both a JD and an MBA concurrently, as well as two options for completing an MBA independent of law school. Please visit the Tulane Law School page for more information on the JD curriculum. For more information, or to request a sample schedule of any of our programs, please contact admissions.
The four-year JD/MBA program allows students to earn a JD from Tulane Law School and an MBA from the Freeman School, saving a year over traditional joint programs. In addition to the Law School curriculum, students in the four-year program will take 50 credits in Freeman's full-time MBA program. The first two years are typically spent in the Law School. The third year is dedicated to MBA coursework at Freeman, and in the fourth year students take courses for both degrees concurrently.
Options for Practicing Lawyers
The Freeman School offers options to practicing lawyers for completing the MBA: the three-year Professional MBA, with courses offered on weekday evenings, or the 17-month Executive MBA, with courses held on weekends (Fridays and Saturdays) twice monthly.