Husson University College of Business and University of Maine School of Law Sign Agreement to Facilitate Student Transfers

This new agreement between Husson University’s College of Business and the University of Maine School of Law helps students interested in earning a law degree get a great education and save money.

Participating in the 3+3 program allows me to save a year’s worth of tuition and get into my chosen career field faster.

Husson University’s College of Business has signed a 3+3 articulation agreement with the University of Maine School of Law. Under this agreement, students who study for three years at Husson University can then apply for admission to Maine Law’s three-year Juris Doctor (JD) program. Students who complete one year of Maine Law’s JD program will satisfy the remaining requirements for a bachelor’s degree from Husson University.

“This is an outstanding opportunity for students interested in furthering their legal education,” said Husson University College of Business Dean Marie Hansen, Ph.D. “Creating this agreement smoothes the transfer of credit process from Husson to Maine Law. We are pleased to be working closely with Maine Law to help ease the transition to law school.”

“Maine Law is excited to offer this opportunity to students who are clear about their career goals,” said…

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