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On the Kellogg side, applicants would choose from one of our eight PhD programs. The course of study for the JD-PhD degree will be determined through consultation with the academic program directors at Kellogg and Pritzker School of Law. The typical course of study is provided below:
|Years 1-2||Coursework at Kellogg and field exams|
|Year 3||Coursework at the Pritzker School of Law with the summer quarter spent at Kellogg|
|Year 4||Coursework at the Pritzker School of Law with the summer quarter spent at Kellogg; develop research topics and work on research projects with the student's academic advisors at Kellogg|
|Years 4-6||Dissertation research at Kellogg|
Applicants would apply to both schools concurrently and follow each school's admission requirements; however, applicants will use one common application provided through The Graduate School. The application is reviewed by both schools.
Additional information about the JD-PhD Program can be found at Northwestern University’s Center for Legal Studies and The Graduate School.