Friday, August 28, 2015
Elon is moving from a 6 semester program to a 7 trimester one, permitting students to finish their studies in a shorter time period. And the school’s innovation is attracting students. From preLaw:
Elon University School of Law’s bold gamble to switch its curriculum to two-and-a-half years, instead of the standard three, may be paying off. The school recently reported that enrollment for the entering class of 2015 is up 18 percent to 132 students.
This accelerated program would allow students to graduate in December rather than May of their third year. It will save students an estimated $14,000 in tuition, not including living expenses, and make them eligible to take the February bar exam, getting a jump-start into the job market.
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