Cleveland State University's Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and Lake Erie College have partnered to offer a 3+3 Joint Bachelor's/Law Accelerated Degree Program
Cleveland State University's Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and Lake Erie College in Painesville, Ohio have partnered to offer a 3+3 Joint Bachelor's/Law Accelerated Degree Program, the first of its kind in Northeast Ohio.
By enrolling in this program, students will have the opportunity to complete both bachelor's and law degrees in just six years instead of the traditional seven years necessary to complete four years of undergraduate studies and three years of law school. Under this partnership, enrolled students will receive their undergraduate degree from Lake Erie College after completing their first year of Juris Doctor Studies at Cleveland-Marshall.
About Cleveland-Marshall College of Law: Cleveland-Marshall College of Law at Cleveland State University is a student-centered law school dedicated to creating the opportunity for its students to become leaders in law, business, nonprofit agencies and government. With nearly 120 years of experience, Cleveland-Marshall remains at the forefront of legal education innovation, having launched one of the country's first law school-based solo practice incubators and establishing the region's only Master of Legal Studies program. Learn more at or by following @cmlawschool.