Master of Science in
Master of Science in Law
The Master of Science in Law (MSL) program provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the legal system. The program covers major topics in legal studies through courses such as Contemporary Business Law, Communication Law, Environmental Law, Employment Law, Immigration Law, Intellectual Property, International Business Law, and more.
For students who wish to become paralegals at law firms, corporate legal departments, government agencies, and non-profit organizations, or to pursue a Juris Doctor, this program will provide a foundation for career and academic advancement.
Upon successful completion of the Master of Science in Law program, students will have acquired the knowledge and skills to:
|LGS 600||Contracts I||3|
|LGS 632||Legal Research||3|
|LGS 601||Contracts II||3|
|LGS 630||Legal Writing||3|
|LGS 610||Torts I||3|
|LGS 611||Torts II||3|
|LGS 699||Graduate Capstone||3|
Students select from FIVE (5) elective courses to complete this category.
|LGS 523||Real Estate Fundamentals||3|
|LGS 525||Contemporary Business Law||3|
|LGS 527||Banking Law||3|
|LGS 530||Securities Law||3|
|LGS 532||Intellectual Property Law||3|
|LGS 540||Wills & Trusts||3|
|LGS 620||International Business Law||3|
|LGS 623||Communications Law||3|
|LGS 625||Employment Law||3|
|LGS 542||Elder Law||3|
|LGS 640||Immigration Law||3|