Oakland University and Wayne State University have partnered so that the last year of undergraduate work and the first year of law school are essentially the same year. According to the Detroit Free Press (the “Freep”), the first 30 hours of law classes at Wayne would count as the credits to complete a bachelor’s degree at Oakland University. That’s a saving of $13,350 in tuition for both degrees. In my value system, that money could by 26,000 cans of cat food, or a small car.
More information is available from Wayne State University and Oakland University:
For more information about the partnership, current and prospective OU students can contact David Lau at 248-370-3229 or email@example.com. For more information about Wayne Law, contact Wayne Law Admissions at 313-577-3937 firstname.lastname@example.org.