Trine University in Angola has established another agreement with an Ohio school to help students earn law degrees. A 3+3 pathway to a Juris Doctor degree has been established with the University of Toledo College of Law.
Trine students in several majors will have the opportunity to finish coursework at Trine after three years, with the first year of courses in the Toledo College of Law to finish their Trine degree. The partnership is expected to provide a shorter, more cost-effective track to a JD degree. The agreement would allow Trine students to finish a JD in six years of combined work, rather than the traditional seven years.
This is the second such agreement Trine has made with an Ohio school. Another partnership with Ohio Northern University offers the same opportunities for Trine students. More information on Trine programs and degrees can be found here.
Pictured from left: Jessica Mehl, assistant dean for law admissions at The University of Toledo College of Law, Geoffrey Rapp, associate dean for academic affairs at The University of Toledo College of Law, Allen Hersel, vice president for academic affairs at Trine University, and Trine President Earl Brooks II.