Student enrolled in Tulane School of Law may apply for the joint JD/MHA degree. The joint degree requires student to complete all requirements in both schools; student may share 10 credits that count toward both degrees. The student should then work closely with advisors in both schools for course selection and advising.
The MHA is a 60 credit degree program plus a plus a 950-hour administrative residency. (See the MHA degree requirements).
The MPH in health policy is an option for the joint JD/MHA degree program.
Contact Professor Mollye Demosthenidy for specific information.
Tulane Law students may combine their studies with the MHA degree for health administration. The MHA degrees requires a total of 60 credits and a 960 hour administrative residency. Students accepted as joint degree students may apply up to 10 credits of specific law school courses related to health care toward the MHA degree. Joint degree student complete all of the requirements for the MHA degree
Tulane Law students may also do a joint degree with the MPH in Health Systems Management. The MPH is 45 credits and joint degree student may apply up to 10 credits of specific law school credits to the MPH. Joint degree students complete the same MPH in Health Systems Management requirements.
Contact Professor Mollye Demosthenidy for specific requirements and scheduling.