Juris Doctor and Master of Science in Health Outcomes Research and Evaluation Sciences
Students must request that nine credits of coursework completed in the Center for Research Outcomes be applied to the 91 credits required to complete a J.D., by completing the Request for Dual Degree Non-Law Credits form, available on the School of Law website.
Students wishing to enter the J.D./M.S. program must fulfill all admission requirements for the School of Law and the Center for Outcomes Research and must apply to each program separately. Students can apply during their first year of law school or may seek admission to both programs prior to matriculating at the School of Law. For further information contact the Assistant Director of the Center for Health Law Studies, 314.977.8176, or the SLUCOR Executive Director or Associate Director of Academic Affairs at 314.977.9300.