Whether you plan on being a divorce lawyer, environmental lawyer or general practitioner, there are plenty of nuances that separate the different fields of law.
If you’d like to practice or teach law, you will need to pursue master’s and/or doctorate programs in Law.
Law school basics Students can expect their studies to take about three years to complete. However, the number of years needed depends on the path they are on and the type of program in which they are enrolled. Types of law school programs When people think of earning a degree in law school, they are …
Law schools are institutions of higher learning that grant the degree of Juris Doctor. The course of study at a law school involves studying the history, theory, applications, and complexities of the law, and is meant to prepare the student for the eventual practice of law. The Juris Doctor degree is a postgraduate …
DEGREES Juris Doctor (3 Years) Accelerated JD (2 Years) Extended JD (4 Years) Reduced Residency JD (18 months on-campus, finish online) LLM in American Legal Studies (for foreign trained lawyers) LLM in Environmental Law LLM in Energy Law LLM in Food & Agriculture Law Master of Environmental Law & Policy Master of Energy Regulation & …
DEGREES J.D. LL.M.: Admiralty & Maritime Law J.D./M.B.A. Dual Degree with the College of Charleston
DEGREES M.A.: Counseling Psychology (specializations in Social Justice Community Counseling, Child & Adolescent Therapy. M.A.: Policy Studies (specializations in Agriculture & Food Policy, Development Policy, Environmental Policy). M.A.: Criminal Justice. M.B.A.: specializations in Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Food & Agribusiness, General Business, Global Executive Leadership, Human Resource Management, Supply Chain Management. M.S.: Educational Leadership (specializations in …
DEGREES J.D. LL.M. (for lawyers trained outside of the U.S.) S.J.D. (for lawyers trained outside of the U.S.) JOINT DEGREES: J.D./M.B.A. J.D./M.I.A J.D./M.H.A. J.D./M.A. (Educational Theory and Policy) J.D./Ph.D. (Educational Theory and Policy J.D./M.Ed. (Higher Education) J.D./Ph.D. or D.Ed. (Higher Education) J.D./M.Ed. (Educational Leadership) J.D./Ph.D. or D.Ed. (Educational Leadership) J.D./M.S. (Human Resources and Employment Relations)
DEGREES LL.M.: Business, Taxation. M.T.: Taxation. J.D.: 3-year Day Program, 4-year Evening Program, 3 1/2-year J.D./LL.M. 3 1/2 to 4 1/2-year Program.
DEGREES M.A.: Child Development, Health Advocacy, Women’s History M.F.A.: Dance, Theatre, Writing M.S.: Dance/Movement Therapy, Human Genetics M.S.Ed.: Art of Teaching JOINT DEGREE: M.A./J.D.: Women’s History/Law with Pace Law School DUAL DEGREE: M.A./M.S.W.: Child Development/Social Work with NYU
DEGREES M.Ed.: Counseling & Development, Educational Leadership, General Studies, Initial Certification Program (non-degree program), School Building Leadership M.S.: Mental Health Counseling C.A.S.: Counseling & Development, Combined School Building Leadership/School District Leadership, School District Leadership
DEGREES LL.M.: Taxation J.D. CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS: Financial Services Law JOINT PROGRAMS: J.D./M.B.A. with Baruch College; B.A. or B.S./J.D. with Stevens Institute of Technology J.D./M.A. with John Jay College of Criminal Justice
DEGREES J.D. LL.M. Master of Science in Legal Studies Advanced Certificate
DEGREES LL.M. and Master’s: Intellectual Property, Commerce & Technology, International Criminal Law & Justice. J.D. JOINT DEGREES: J.D./M.B.A., J.D./M.S.W.
J.D., LL.M. DEGREES
DEGREES M.A.: Environmental Graphics. M.S.: Architectural Engineering (combined bachelor’s and master’s studies), Automotive Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Global Operations & Project Management, Industrial Engineering, Information Systems, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronic Systems Engineering, Technical & Professional Communication. M.S.M.: Business Administration. M. Architecture. M. Business Administration International. M. Civil Engineering. M. Construction Engineering …
DEGREES J.D., JD/MBA, JD/MPP and 3+3
DEGREES J.D.: concentrations in Business Law & Financial Services, Health & Biomedical Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, Labor & Employment Law, Legal Technology & Innovation, Trial & Appellate Advocacy. CLINICAL PROGRAMS: Battered Women’s Advocacy, Caribbean Initiatives, Child Advocacy, Education Advocacy, Family Advocacy, Health Law, Housing Discrimination Testing, Immigration Clinic, Indigenous Peoples Rights, Intellectual Property & …
DEGREES J.D. LL.M. in American Law
DEGREES J.D.: concentrations in Business & Corporate Law; Communication, Sports & Entertainment Law; Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Finance & Asset Management Law, Intellectual Property, Juvenile Law, Labor Law, Land Use & Planning, Litigation, Real Estate.
DEGREES M.J.: Estate Planning, Information Technology & Privacy Law, Tax Law, Real Estate Law, Intellectual Property Law & Employee Benefits Law. J.D., LL.M.: U.S.Legal Studies, Employee Benefits Law, Estate Planning, Information Technology & Privacy Law, Intellectual Property Law, International Business & Trade Law, Real Estate Law, Tax Law, Trial Advocacy & Dispute Resolution.
DEGREES LL.M., J.D.
DEGREES M.A.: Agricultural & Technology Education, Art, Art History, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Communication, Counseling in Higher Education School Psychology, Criminology, Early American Culture, Economics, Education, Economics & Entrepreneurship for Educators, English, ESL/Bilingualism, Foreign Languages & Literature, Foreign Languages & Pedagogy, Geography, History, Liberal Studies, Linguistics, Political Science & International Relations, Physics, Psychology, Social Studies in …
DEGREES M.S.: Biology TESOL: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages M.B.A.: Business (concentrations in Business Analytics, CPA, Finance, Information Systems) M.Ed.: Educational Leadership M.P.A.: Public Administration M.S.: Agriculture (concentrations in Animal Science, Plant Science), Applied Chemistry, Applied Optics, Biology, Computer Science, Food Science & Biotechnology, Mathematics (concentrations in Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics), Molecular & …
LL.M., J.D., J.D./M.B.A. DEGREES
DEGREES M.L.S.: Legal Studies J.D.
DEGREES LL.M. M.S.L. (focus in science & health policy) J.D.
DEGREES J.D.: Law (specializations in Civil Rights & Civil Liberties, Criminal Law, Entertainment & Sports Law, Human Rights, Intellectual Property Law, International Business, Investment & Trade, Legal Practice, Policy & Jurisprudence). LL.M.: International Tax & Financial Services, International Trade & Investment, American Legal Studies for Foreign Law Graduates. J.D./M.B.A. with San Diego State University.
DEGREES J.D. LL.M. DUAL DEGREES: J.D./M.B.A., J.D./M.A.M. with The Drucker Graduate School of Management.
DEGREES J.D., J.D./M.B.A., J.D./M.S.W., M.C.L./LL.M. (Comparative Law). Curriculum: Business Law, Creative Problem Solving, Criminal Law, Health Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, Labor & Employment Law.
Accepting GRE scores in law school applications is growing support among professionals in the industry.
Individuals who are interested in careers in the legal field can enroll in a Juris Doctor (JD) degree program. This program exposes students to the applications of civil and criminal law, in addition to focusing on other areas, such as legal writing, tort, patent law and ethics. After completing a Juris Doctor program, which typically …
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