Tulane University Law School offers a joint degree baccalaureate/JD program for eligible Tulane students, commonly referred to as the "3+3 Program." Qualified undergraduates of Newcomb Tulane College (NTC) or the School of Professional Advancement (SOPA) may apply for admission to Tulane Law School during the junior year (or credit-count equivalent for SOPA students). If admitted, students enroll as full-time law students during what would otherwise be the senior year. At the successful conclusion of that year, the BA or BS is awarded. After two more years of full-time law study, the JD is awarded. This program enables students to receive the BA/BS and the JD in as few as six years.
The latest forms for 3+3 Statement of Eligibility for Tulane Law (NTC) and 3+3 Statement of Eligibility for Tulane Law (SOPA) can be found on the Tulane Advising website Law School 3+3 Joint Degree Program page.