Dual Degree Programs
JD-MA Forensic Psychology & Law (CUNY Law School)
CUNY Law School and John Jay College partner on a dual-degree program in forensic psychology and law. The collaboration of the two programs supports a combined mission of "Law in the service of human and psychological needs, fiercely advocating for justice," and encapsulates the theme of the joint-degree program. The two programs are each international leaders in their field, and the synergy is expected to result in graduation of highly trained and specialized attorneys/psychologists who can make significant contributions to the fields of law, forensic psychology, and public policy.
JD-MA Forensic Psychology & Law (NY Law School)
The Four-Year Forensic Psychology MA/JD offers qualified students the opportunity to earn both a John Jay Master of Arts degree in Forensic Psychology and a New York Law School Juris Doctor degree in Law which may be completed in as little as four years.
JD-MPA Law & Public Accountability (CUNY Law School)
CUNY Law School and John Jay College of Criminal Justice are pleased to announce the JD/MPA Program in Law and Public Accountability. This exciting new dual degree offers qualified students the chance to earn both a Master of Public Administration in Inspection and Oversight and a Juris Doctor of Law degree at an accelerated pace.
The MPA/MS dual-degree program in Public Policy and Protection Management offers qualified students the opportunity to earn a Master of Public Administration in Public Policy and Administration and a Master of Science in Protection Management, both specializing in Emergency Management.
This dual-degree program prepares students for careers in organizations that plan, design, manage, evaluate and operate protection and emergency management systems. Graduates will be able to design programs and procedures for a variety of public, private, commercial and residential settings.