Getting a dual degree is a great way to enhance the value of your legal education. The University of Denver Sturm College of Law has a number of dual degree programs, primarily offered through other University of Denver departments, that allow you to receive both a J.D. and an advanced degree in a different field.

Full-time students can usually complete both degrees in four years and may transfer 10 semester hours of approved credits toward the J.D. program. The Sturm College of Law requires that first year law students take only law classes. Please also note that you must be accepted to both programs separately. For more information on the approval process please see DU’s Graduate Degree page.

Students may also take advantage of the University of Denver’s flexible dual degree program, which allows students to link to any two graduate programs.

Dual Degree Contact Information

Sturm College of Law

Legal Administration (MSLA)
Hope Kentnor, 303.871.6308

Natural Resources
Lucy Daberkow, 303.871.6324

Graduate Tax Program
Stacy Anderson, 303.871.6209

Natural Sciences and Mathematics (NSM)

Geography
Will Kiniston, 303.871.2513

School of Engineering and Computer Sciences (SECS)

Computer Science
Jen Strahl, 303.871.2458

Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Economics
Dr. Peter Ho, 303.871.2259

Mass Communications
Renee Botta, 303.871.7918

Public Policy
Erin Dietrich, 303.871.3252

Graduate School of Social Work

Social Work
Colin Schneider, 303.871.2841

Conflict Resolution Institute

Conflict Resolution
Karen A. Feste, 303.871.6477

Daniels College of Business

Business Administration
International Management
Real Estate and Construction Management

  • Rifkin Center for Student Services, 303.871.3416

Josef Korbel School for International Studies

International Studies
Brad Miller, 303.871.2544