The Marquette University Pre-Law Scholars program is an accelerated program that provides a select group of students with conditional admission to Marquette University Law School. The Pre-Law Scholars program allows students to reduce from seven years to six years the total time needed to complete the bachelor’s and law degrees. Pre-Law Scholars enroll in the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business Administration, the College of Communication, or the College of Health Sciences and choose from a variety of approved majors while completing the required undergraduate portion of their studies in three years. They are awarded a bachelor’s degree upon successful completion of the first year in Law School. Students may be eligible to be awarded the bachelor’s degree earlier if they complete the minimum course and credit requirements for undergraduate graduation prior to this time.