CUNY Law School and John Jay College of Criminal Justice have teamed to offer a dual-degree program in forensic psychology and law. The collaboration of the two programs supports a combined mission of "Law in the service of human and psychological needs, fiercely advocating for justice," and encapsulates the theme of the joint-degree program. The two programs are each international leaders in their field, and the synergy is expected to result in graduation of highly trained and specialized attorneys/psychologists who can make significant contributions to the fields of law, forensic psychology, and public policy. Read more about the program.
The Four-Year Forensic Psychology MA/JD offers qualified students the opportunity to earn both a John Jay Master of Arts degree in Forensic Psychology and a New York Law School Juris Doctor degree in Law which may be completed in as little as four years. Read more about the program.
CUNY Law School and John Jay College of Criminal Justice are pleased to announce the JD/MPA Program in Law and Public Accountability. This exciting new dual degree offers qualified students the chance to earn both a Master of Public Administration in Inspection and Oversight and a Juris Doctor of Law degree at an accelerated pace. Read more about the program.