Loyola Law School’s Master of Science in Legal Studies (MLS) programs equip working professionals to excel in their fields with legal skills and training in a variety of subject areas. Whether following a self-designed course of study or one of five specializations, MLS students have the flexibility to create a curriculum that maximizes their potential.
The MLS program can be completed in one year, full-time or over the course of two years, part-time. Loyola offers evening courses as well as traditional day courses to provide greater flexibility for your schedule and Lifestyle.
MLS students may customize a degree program from a wide array of Law School course offerings, in most instances taking the same classes as JD students. Aside from two required courses, MLS students design their own degree or enroll in one of the following specialization areas. Each specialization has a required curriculum that has been specially tailored to equip graduates with a comprehensive understanding of the subject.
With a large number of elective courses to choose from, students can fulfill the degree requirements by enrolling in a broad range of JD courses, or specializing in an area of interest. Each specialization has a required curriculum that has been specially tailored to equip graduates with a comprehensive understanding of the subject. Students can specialize in the following areas of law:
Tuition & Fees
|Anticipated Tuition and Mandatory Fees (Fall 2015 – Spring 2016)|
|Per Unit Tuition (FA, Summer, and SP)||$1,610|
|General Student Fee (GSF)||$63 per unit|
|Student Health Insurance Plan – Mandatory unless student provides proof of existing plan. (TBD)|