M.L.S. Curriculum


M.L.S. Curriculum

Core M.L.S. courses equip students with strong foundational knowledge of substantive legal areas as well as effective communication skills. Elective and capstone courses allow students to pursue subjects related to their own professional interests.

M.L.S. Concentrations

Focusing on the areas where law and other industries intersect—such as health care, compliance, and negotiation—the M.L.S. program offers two concentrations. Both include elective on-campus residencies, during which students have the opportunity to engage in discussions with faculty and leaders in law, government, and other fields.

Frontiers in Law

Optional multi-day residency: Emerging Threats

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Required Courses

American Legal System | Litigation and its Alternatives | Administrative Process | Research and Advocacy | Legal Fundamentals | Capstone Course


Privacy Dilemmas | Bio-Legal Issues | Global Relationships | Emerging Threats | Emerging Threats with Residency

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