Juris Doctor Degree in Cybersecurity and Law

Albany Law School
United States
Doctoral Degree (PhD)
Study mode
3 years
Tuition fee (local)
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Tuition fee (foreign)
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Entry Requirements

  • Applicants for admission as candidates for the Juris Doctor degree must hold, or have completed the requirements for, a baccalaureate or higher degree granted by a regionally accredited institution, containing at least 45 semester hours in liberal arts and sciences.  
  • Applicants without a baccalaureate degree are admitted only with exceptional academic credentials. In such a case, the applicant must have successfully completed three-fourths of the coursework toward a bachelor's degree at a regionally accredited institution.
  • International students are required to maintain legal immigration status throughout their stay in the U.S. 


  • Administrative Law
  • Cybersecurity Law and Policy Seminar
  • Cyberspace Law
  • Defamation and Privacy Law
  • International Law of War and Crime
  • Advanced Criminal Law
  • Advanced Evidence
  • Civil Rights Liability Litigation
  • Criminal Procedure: Adjudication
  • Criminal Procedure: Investigation
  • Criminal Process Applied to Corporations
  • Electronic Discovery
  • Immigration Law and Policy
  • International and Comparative Intellectual Property
  • International Organizations
  • Legal Oversight of Innovation
  • Public Access to Government Information
  • Public International Law
  • State and Local Government

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