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The JD/MPA degree is designed to broaden your career opportunities in law, government, public interest organizations, health care, and related fields. Integrating theory and practice. The MPA program enhances your knowledge of the institutional, social, legal, and economic contexts in which administrators and managers in the government, health care, and nonprofit sectors operate.
Candidates for the JD/MPA joint degree must complete a total of 127 credits, 88 from the Law School and 39 within the Pace Graduate Center’s Department of Public Administration. Ten credits from the School of Public Administration can be applied to the credits required for graduation from the Law School.