Some students may pursue a J.D. at Berkeley and a master’s degree at another institution, such as the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University or the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
Students who are enrolled in their first year at Berkeley Law, the Fletcher School, or the Kennedy School may participate in one of the combined degree programs upon admission to one of the other schools.
Interested candidates must submit separate applications to the respective schools. Each school will review candidates based on its own admission criteria. Once admitted to both schools, students should coordinate their combined degree programs with the dean of students at Berkeley Law, and the admissions and student affairs offices at the other institutions.