U of M stepping up efforts to provide affordable graduate school opportunities

The University of Montana is stepping up its efforts to provide affordable graduate school opportunities. The school announced Tuesday that it is partnering with Carroll College for the 3+3 program, which will let students earn graduate degrees in law and public administration in a shorter period of time. It typically takes seven years to complete a Juris Doctorate, and U of M officials estimates that cutting out the seventh year of school will save students around $100,000.
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