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The College of William & Mary provides opportunities for graduate students to pursue two degrees simultaneously. Students enrolling in the Juris Doctor (J.D.) program at the Law School may also apply for admission to the Graduate School of Business Administration for the Master of Business Administration degree (M.B.A.); the Thomas Jefferson Program in Public Policy for the Master of Public Policy degree (M.P.P.); or the American Studies Program for the Master of Arts in American Studies degree (M.A.). Each joint degree option permits the student to obtain two degrees in four years, instead of the five that would be required if each degree were pursued sequentially.