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A&M to Partner With Wesleyan on New Law School

School to feature 3-plus-3 program

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    Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth is planning to partner with Texas A&M University to offer the new Texas A&M School of Law at Texas Wesleyan University.

    The new school will feature a 3-plus-3 program, meaning students could spend their first three years in undergraduate coursework and then get their law degree with three years of additional study.

    Administrators hope to have the plan finalized within a year.

    School leaders at A&M are expected to vote on the partnership later this week.