3+3 Program

The UM School of Law has partnered with other University of Mississippi Departments and Tougaloo College to offer accelerated, interdisciplinary programs allowing students early admission to the public university’s School of Law. Through the Accelerated Law Program, also known as 3+3, students can be admitted into a fast-tracked bachelor and law degree program, trimming a full year off of the time it would take to earn both degrees independently.

Students in the accelerated law program would take the same foundational courses as other undergraduate students. Instead of a senior year in advanced study in a specific discipline, this degree program requires 33 credit hours –which will count as the first year of law school.