MPA-JD OR MUP-JD APPLICATION CHECKLIST
Please follow these steps to complete your application. If you have any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline: December 2, 2019
The online application is due at 11:59pm Eastern Time on the deadline date. You may complete and submit your online application at any time before the deadline. Save your work before moving to the next page and print a copy for your own records. Please note that all required fields are marked with an asterisk (*).
Applicants are required to submit all parts of the application by the deadline. Incomplete applications are reviewed as-is.
Applications submitted after the published deadlines are reviewed at the discretion of the Graduate Admissions Committee.
The dual MPA-JD or MUP-JD degree program allows you to pursue simultaneously a JD from the NYU School of Law and an MPA or MUP from NYU Wagner. The dual MPA-JD or MUP-JD degree program at NYU Wagner and NYU School of Law can be completed in four years (33 credits at NYU Wagner/71 credits at the NYU School of Law):
- First year in residence at the NYU School of Law
- Second year in residence at the NYU School of Law
- Third year in residence at NYU Wagner
- Fourth year with one semester at each school
Current NYU Law students in their first year of study should submit the complete NYU Wagner application for their desired program.
New applicants to NYU should complete the joint application process below:
- Submit your application to the NYU School of Law using either the LSAC Application Service or the NYU Direct Application.
- Submit the online NYU Wagner MPA application by December 2. In your online application form, indicate that you are applying for a dual degree program by selecting “Yes” under the Dual Degree section on the Program Information page. Then select the particular dual degree program to which you are applying in the next question.
- Refer to the MPA application checklist or MUP application checklist for more information.
Note: Failure to complete all required components will result in an incomplete dual degree application and may delay your admissions decision.