Yale University is one of eight private institutions of higher education in the Northeastern United States known as the Ivy League. Yale was founded in 1701 and is one of the oldest higher education institutions in the United States. Yale is considered an incredibly prestigious university and in particular the Yale Law School Faculty is world renowned.
The Yale Law School and Yale School of Management offers an accelerated and integrated JD – MBA program. The three-year program in law and business is unique as it provides both the MBA and JD degrees in just six semesters without the need for summer classes.
The combined MBA – JD program is most suited to students with an interest in business law, however, it also develops analytical and management skills required to solve a wide range of complex legal and business challenges.
Students can apply for the Accelerated Integrated MBA – JD program at the same time and during their first year at Yale Law School.
2010-11 – YLS tuition ($48,500) and fees ($2,250)
2011-12 – AI Program tuition ($63,000) and SOM Program fee (to be determined in spring 2011)
2012-13 – AI Program tuition (to be determined in spring 2012) and YLS fees (to be determined in spring 2012).
Financial aid awards follow what students would receive were they enrolled in the individual degree programs. Need-based loans originated through the Law School (program years 1 and 3) are eligible for the Law School’s Career Options Assistance Program (COAP). Need-based loans originated through in SOM (program year 2) are eligible for SOM’s Loan Forgiveness Support.