About this course
Champlain's Master of Science in Law (MSL) degree was the first extensively engaged and top to bottom graduate law program in the United States. Made to help experts from all commercial enterprises think and act certainly in the legitimate measurements of their work, our system furnishes understudies with a strong comprehension of different parts of the law as it effects their work.
Students will have a reasonable workload with one class at once and six terms every year in the year-round educational module. Most understudies finish the system in two years. The obliged three-day, on-grounds residency is a mix of addresses, workshops and systems administration with workforce and different understudies, and gives you discriminating abilities that apply specifically to your present work circumstance.
Notwithstanding picking up introduction to a wide mixed bag of legitimate branches of knowledge, students in the MSL system will perform continuous basic self-reflection from scholarly and work-based encounters and eloquent the individual learning and development that have come about because of those encounters.
Professional Experience Requirements
- Statement of applicant’s program objectives and professional goals
- A resume of professional experience
- Two letters of recommendation
- An undergraduate bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution or the equivalent with a minimum GPA of 2.5
- Official transcripts for each institution attended, whether or not a degree was conferred
- Foreign transcripts must be evaluated by a recognized equivalency service
- Non-native speakers of English must achieve a TOEFL score of at least 600 paper-based or 250 computer-based to qualify