LL.M. degree candidates must have completed a law degree at an ABA accredited law school in the United States; earned an equivalent degree at a duly accredited foreign university; be otherwise qualified to practice law in a foreign country; or possess the equivalent thereof as determined by the LL.M. Admissions Committee.
The LL.M. academic program requires students to complete twenty-four (24) credits. Degree candidates may elect to complete the degree in up to eighteen months.
Degree candidates are required to be in residence for two semesters unless there are exceptional circumstances.