Stevens Institute of Technology offers a six-year combined bachelor's/Juris Doctor degree program for students interested in pursuing the accelerated law option.
The Accelerated Law program consists of three years of undergraduate study at Stevens and three years of study at Seton Hall University School of Law.
Stevens awards the B.A./B.S. degree upon completion of the first year of law school. Students then complete the remaining two years of law school, earning a J.D. degree from Seton Hall University School of Law.
- Applicants must apply for admission to an academic program in the College of Arts and Letters.
- Applicants must achieve at least a 1300 on the SAT or a score of 29 on the ACT.
- Applicants must achieve a high school GPA of 3.7/4.0.
- Applicants are required to complete an interview at Stevens.
Additionally, students must maintain the following requirements for law school:
- Applicants must maintain a 3.2 GPA at Stevens as well as complete the LSAT.
The minimum LSAT scores are determined by the law schools each year and typically mimic the national averages.
Stevens faculty represent a broad range of scholarly interests in science, technology, policy, and law. The faculty are actively involved in academic communities and law firms and are eager to engage students in the classroom, on and off-campus.
Please contact Kaitlin Osborne, associate director of student success, for more information about this program.