Creighton’s six-year bachelor’s degree/law degree program will teach you:
- Leadership and management skills
- The ability to analyze and solve legal problems
- Critical and creative problem solving, sometimes contrary to conventional wisdom
- Sound practical judgment
- The tools, techniques and skills necessary to practice law successfully and ethically
- Insight into how the law operates in the real world
- Ignatian values, including personal and professional formation and seeking justice for all
Students will spend three years on requirements for a bachelor’s degree in the College of Arts and Sciences and three years on requirements for a law degree. The first year of law school will also count toward requirements for the bachelor’s degree. See the course catalog for more details on courses and GPA requirements. The 3-3 Law Worksheet gives a semester-level example.
Creighton University has maintained continuous accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission since 1928. For information regarding the University’s accreditation status, visit creighton.edu/accreditation.
Information regarding academic programs which hold specialized accreditation can be found on our Academic Specialized Accreditation page.