Trine, Cleveland-Marshall complete law degree pact

April 09, 2018

Cleveland State

From left, A. Allen Hersel, Ph.D., vice president for academic affairs at Trine University, Deborah A. Geier, J.D., professor at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law at Cleveland State University, and John Milliken, J.D., professor in the Department of Criminal Justice, Psychology & Social Sciences at Trine, sign an agreement that will allow Trine students to complete a Juris Doctor at Cleveland-Marshall in six years of combined undergraduate and graduate work, rather than the traditional seven.

Under the program, students in several majors will have the option to finish their coursework at Trine after three years, with their first-year courses at Cleveland-Marshall completing their bachelor’s degree at Trine.

Trine has similar agreements with Ohio Northern University and Toledo University.

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