The Master in Legal Studies offers flexibility, versatility, and broad-ranging instructional excellence. The program equips students with both a general understanding of the American legal system and specific knowledge of their chosen field of interest. The program enhances the ability of professionals to work with lawyers and legal issues, to gain a deeper knowledge of a particular legal field, and to understand laws and regulations.

Prerequisites

Admission to the program is based on a portfolio of information, including a completed application form (see below), undergraduate and graduate transcripts from any accredited schools attended, a personal statement that speaks to the applicant’s interest in the program, a resume, a letter of recommendation, and any standardized test scores (such as the LSAT, GMAT, MCAT, GRE, SAT, or ACT) that the applicant wishes to submit.

Requirements

  • 26 credit hours
  • Final project

Research areas

  • Compliance and Corporate Responsibility
  • Criminal Justice
  • Employment and Human Resources
  • Intellectual Property