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Graduate Record 2008-2009 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

J.D.-M.U.E.P. (Urban and Environmental Planning)


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The Law School offers a combined program with the Department of Urban and Environmental Planning of the School of Architecture, in which the student may earn both the degrees of Master of Planning (M.U.E.P.) and the J.D. in four years’ time. This program is similar in format to the J.D.-M.B.A. program. Thus, a student must be independently admitted both to the Law School and to the Architecture School, Department of Planning. The student enrolls for two semesters in the Architecture program and six semesters at the Law School. Twelve credits earned in planning courses may be counted toward the J.D., and 20 credits earned in Law School courses may be counted toward the M.P. Prospective applicants to the Law School who are interested in the J.D.-M.P. program should write for detailed information to Daphne Spain, Chair, Department of Urban and Environmental Planning, School of Architecture, Campbell Hall, P.O. Box 400122 Charlottesville VA 22904-4122. The Law School faculty advisor for this program is Professor Thomas R. White III.

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