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Academic Requirements

A. Graduation Requirements for Classes Entering Fall 2017 and After

To be eligible for the J.D. degree, a student must satisfy all the following:

  1. admission to the College as a candidate for the degree and satisfaction of any conditions imposed at the time of admission or before graduation during the course of law study;
  2. successful completion of at least 88 credits of which 72 must be graded with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or better;
  3. no more than four credits of "D" (deficient) grade work after the first year can be applied toward the 88 credits;
  4. satisfaction of the Graduation Writing Requirement;
  5. no more than 12 externship credits, 12 clinical work credits, 7 independent study credits, 4 professional development credits, and 6 combined professional development plus non-LAW credits for courses taken at ASU can be counted towards the 88 credits required for graduation;
  6. all 88 credits required for graduation must be earned at the College of Law unless the dean's designee grants prior approval;
  7. completion of the degree requirements no earlier than 24 months and no later than 84 months after commencing study at the College of Law school or a law school from which the College of Law has accepted transfer credit;
  8. satisfaction of the Flexible Writing Requirement;
  9. satisfaction of the Experiential Learning Requirement;
  10. a minimum of 64 credits must be earned in courses that involve attendance at regularly scheduled class sessions. The following do not count toward these required 64 credits:
    1. All Externships
    2. Independent Studies
    3. Non-LAW courses taken at the College of Law
    4. Journal credits
    5. Moot Court credits
    6. Teaching Assistant credits
    7. Credit from courses without regularly scheduled meetings
  11. A maximum of 29 transfer credits can be counted toward the 88 credits necessary for graduation.

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