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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Some Drexel University Law School students will soon have the option to fast-track their careers – after two years of study, rather than three. The program requires the same number of credits as the traditional three-year J.D. program, and will cost the same as the traditional degree, but a student would save a year’s living expenses without any income.
Drexel will begin accepting applications for the ‘Fast-Forward’ program this June, for classes that start in May 2014.
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