Develop skills and knowledge through the latest in data science methodologies to answer legal questions and problems. Exploit advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning and programming to glean new insights from legal materials and become an advocate for others.
Georgia State University works with legal and corporate partners to put analytics into practice, develop new opportunities, and share cutting-edge research insights to solve legal and business problems. Be at the forefront of the big data revolution in the legal world.
- Strategic Legal Insights Attorney
- Data Privacy and Security Attorney
- Legal Analyst
- Compliance Manager
- Quantitative Analyst
- Counsel, Software & Analytics
- Client Data Analyst
- Analytics & Risk Management
Earn two degrees in a shorter time and at a lower cost than if pursued separately. For students with a strong math background, it’s possible to obtain two degrees in 3.5 years (if summer school courses are taken). Students must consult with advisors in both the College of Law and Robinson College of Business to determine the most appropriate curriculum for their interests and background.
By combining the two degrees, 9 elective credit hours of M.S.D.A. courses count towards the total 90 J.D. required credit hours and J.D. courses count toward the required M.S.D.A. electives.
To pursue a dual degree, students must be accepted by both colleges and satisfy the curriculum requirements for both programs. Acceptance into one program does not guarantee acceptance to the other.
- Current J.D. students should seek admission into the M.S.D.A. program as soon as possible.
- Current M.S.D.A. students must apply for the dual degree before completing 21 M.S.D.A. credit hours.
- Foundation or introductory coursework may be required for students based on their previous academic experience.
- LSAT is required.
- GMAT will be waived for students that have already taken the LSAT and are enrolled in law school.
- Students interested in the dual degree are required to consult with Professor Patrick Parsons (COL) and with Professor Saeid Motevali (RCB), before starting their studies. This will ensure the best experience in terms of coordinating course selections.
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