The Creighton University School of Law, in conjunction with the Creighton University College of Business and the Creighton College of Arts and Sciences, offers a 3-3 combined B.A.-law or B.S.-law program. Students in the program earn an undergraduate bachelor's degree and a Juris Doctor degree in six years instead of the normal seven.
Students in the 3-3 program spend their first three years at Creighton in the College of Business or College of Arts and Sciences, following specific undergraduate 3-3 curriculum prescribed by their major. The 3-3 students apply for law school during their junior year of undergraduate coursework. When applying to law school, 3-3 applicants follow the same application process as all other full-time JD applicants. In addition, 3-3 applicants undergo the same review process and are considered with all other applicants to the JD program. For more information concerning the College of Business 3-3 program, see Business 3-3 curriculum. For more information concerning the College of Arts and Sciences 3-3 program, see CCAS 3-3 curriculum.