Dual Master of Business Administration/Juris Doctor

Gain a competitive edge in business and law—in as few as three years.

The Dual Master of Business Administration/Juris Doctor degree is offered in partnership with Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law and the Stetson School of Business and Economics. This strong combined program in business and law is designed for students pursuing a law degree who are interested in examining the intersection of law and business.

The MBA program offers a flexible evening format and an intimate graduate setting, providing students with the opportunity to develop strong connections with each other, the faculty and the business community. With its focus on ethical leadership and problem-solving skills, Mercer’s MBA program enables students to make connections between business theory and its practical application in preparation for the management of human, material and financial resources.  

Applicants must meet the admission requirements for both the Stetson School of Business and Economics and Mercer’s Law School.


The Master of Business Administration curriculum will prepare individuals for advancement into management or administrative levels by further developing management and leadership skills.

The Juris Doctor curriculum will train and preparestudents in the various areas of law, with the ultimate goal of turning law students into professionals.

Individuals who successfully complete Mercer's Dual MBA/JD degree program may go on to work as professionals in positions including: market researcher, financial analyst, professional counselor, in-house legal counsel, customer engagement manager, law firm administrator, account manager, business representative, or associate brand and product management associate.


Applicants should indicate on the application to the School of Law his or her intent to also apply to the Stetson School of Business and Economics. The applicant must be admitted separately by each school.

For more information about this program, contact:
School of Law Office of Admissions


Stetson School of Business and Economics Macon MBA Program
James Hunt, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies