UMass Law announces accelerated completion program with Worcester State University

THE UNIVERSITY OF Massachusetts Dartmouth has partnered with Worcester State University to allow Worcester State pre-law students to complete their legal degrees in three years at the UMass School of Law at UMass Dartmouth after studying for three years as undergrads at Worcester State. / COURTESY UMASS DARTMOUTH
THE UNIVERSITY OF Massachusetts Dartmouth has partnered with Worcester State University to allow Worcester State pre-law students to complete their legal degrees in three years at the UMass School of Law at UMass Dartmouth after studying for three years as undergrads at Worcester State. / COURTESY UMASS DARTMOUTH
DARTMOUTH – A partnership has been struck between the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and Worcester State University that will have pre-law Worcester State students finish their degrees at UMass Dartmouth in an accelerated program. In a 3+3-style timeline, after studying for three years as an undergraduate, pre-law Worcester State students are now able to complete…

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