In January the University of Kansas announced an accelerated program for students to earn undergraduate and law degrees in six years. That program has now admitted 14 students on a competitive basis. The program is a collaboration between the School of Law and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
The National Law Journal covered the program and some of the admitted students in a recent article. The article highlights the program's appeal to high-achieving potential students and its cost-saving benefits for students.
Read the full article on the National Law Journal's website.