Dual Degree Programs

JD/MPA with Roosevelt University

Roosevelt Courses Accepted by The John Marshall Law School

John Marshall will accept up to 9 credits from the following Roosevelt University MPA courses (on campus or online) to be counted as electives toward the dual JD/MPA degree. These approved courses must be taken after completion of the first year of law study at John Marshall.

MPA Courses
  • Administering Nonprofit Organizations (PBAD 421)
  • Constitutional Law I: Comparative Traditions
    (PBAD 374)*
  • Constitutional Law II: American Jurisprudence
    (PBAD 375)*
  • Economic Issues in Health Management
    (PBAD 456)*
  • Financial Management of Health Services
    (PBAD 457)
  • Foundation Management (PBAD 426)
  • Health Law (PBAD 453)*
  • Health Services Management (PBAD 452)
  • Human Resources Development (PBAD 413)
  • Human Services Administration (PBAD 431)
  • Independent Study (PBAD 495)
  • Introduction to Health Services (PBAD 451)
  • Labor Relations in the Public Sector (PBAD 412)*
  • Local Government Administration (PBAD 461)*
  • Long-Term Care Administration (PBAD 459)
  • Policy & Administrative Context (PBAD 437)
  • Problems in Public Administration (PBAD 475)
  • Regional & Urban Economic Development
    (PBAD 468)
  • Urban Planning (PBAD 465)
  • Urban Policy (PBAD 463)

*These courses are similar in content to a correlating course at the opposite institution. Students may not take two courses of similar content at both institutions.

John Marshall Courses Accepted by Roosevelt University

Roosevelt University will accept up to 9 credits from the following list of John Marshall JD courses (on-campus or online) to be counted as electives in the MPA program.

JD Courses

*These courses are similar in content to a correlating course at the opposite institution. Students may not take two courses of similar content at both institutions.

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