Business Early Entry Law (Pre-Law) Specialization
Going to law school after business school is a strategic career move.
The University of Baltimore offers qualified students the opportunity to select the Law School Early Entry option (a.k.a. Pre-Law) to accelerate their careers. This specialization follows the requirements for your bachelor's in business administration, but requires you to complete your senior year as a first year UB School of Law student.
Speak to a School of Business academic adviser or visit the UB School of Law, Pre-Law website to find out if you are eligible for this program.
Explore Careers in Business Law
When you choose to specialize in early-entry/pre-law, your career path is wide open. Check out some business-focused legal careers.
If you are considering a career in the legal profession, the University of Baltimore offers two different paths.
Early Entry Law Option
Finish your undergraduate degree and your law degree in a minimum of just six years.
This option allows your first year of law school to fulfill the requirements of your last year of undergraduate study if you are enrolled in the B.S. in Business Administration.
You can take advantage of this speedy route to a law career if you:
- have a cumulative cross-institutional grade point average of 3.50* or better as computed by the Credential Assembly Service
- earn an LSAT score of 155* or better.
*subject to change
Automatic Admit Option
You can be automatically admitted into the entering class of the UB School of Law following your graduation if you:
- are a graduate of a University of Baltimore undergraduate program
- have a cumulative cross-institutional grade point average of 3.35* or better as computed by the Credential Assembly Service
- earn an LSAT score of 154* or better.
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Did you know?
You can potentially complete your undergraduate degree in business and your law degree in a minimum of just six years.
The Early-Entry Law option allows your first year of law school to fulfill the requirements of your last year of undergraduate study.