3-3 Law School Early Admission Program Hamline’s 3-3 program allows highly talented and motivated students to complete their undergraduate degree and law degree in just six years. Save one year’s worth of tuition Get a jump start on your peers Choose from a variety of majors There’s no risk if you change your mind – simply continue on as a regular Hamline student and graduate in four years 3-3 Majors Hamline’s 3-3 program is open to students majoring in the following areas: Business (General, BBA) Communication Studies Criminal Justice Economics English Finance History Legal Studies Management Marketing Philosophy Political Science Psychology Women's Studies Students wishing to pursue a 3-3 track should meet with a Legal Studies professor upon entrance to Hamline for assistance in planning their coursework. No entry form or commitment is required. If you decide partway through your studies that the 3-3 track is no longer right for you, then simply continue on with your studies and graduate in four years. Participation in the 3-3 program does not guarantee you law school admission; students must take the LSAT and apply to and be accepted by Hamline's School of Law. Successful completion of the 3-3 program includes: Registering for and taking the LSAT during their junior year. Materials and scholarship applications are available online and at the law school. Fulfilling the Hamline plan, all major and minor requirements, and 100 semester credits by May of their junior year. Applying for admission to Hamline's School of Law by March of their junior year and being accepted for the fall class. Please contact Emily Dunsworth at email@example.com or 651-523-2463 with questions. Completing and transferring back to the College of Liberal Arts or School of Business 28 credits of successful law school work with a grade of C- or better. Transfer Students Transfer students are eligible for the 3-3 program and must take a minimum of sixteen (16) credits in the major while enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts or School of Business. Transfer students must complete the Hamline Plan and 100 hours of undergraduate credit to be eligible for admission to the law school. Please meet with a Legal Studies professor for assistance in planning our your coursework.