Aggie Law LL.M. & ​M.Jur. Programs

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Aggie Law LL.M. & M.Jur. Programs

LEADERSHIP THROUGH LAW

    

Texas A&M LL.M. & M.Jur. Programs

Texas A&M’s graduate law degrees provide you rigorous classroom and online instruction, experiential learning, practical drafting skills and a wide range of professional development and networking opportunities to prepare you for global success. Graduate students are immersed in the study of law alongside J.D. students in the classroom and in online learning.

Students in the LL.M. and M.Jur. programs have the option to customize their degree plan and focus on a particular area of study, such as:

Students who already hold a J.D. degree or a first law degree from a non-U.S. law school can choose from these 24-credit programs:

The General LL.M. degrees are customizable and designed for students who wish to develop a specialization in a particular area of law and international students seeking an understanding of U.S. law and procedure, including those who may wish to sit for the Texas Bar Examination.

The LL.M. in Intellectual Property is a structured program for lawyers seeking world-class instruction in copyright, trademark, patent and international IP law.

A law degree for non-lawyers:  University graduates who seek legal education and training in a focused area but who do not plan to practice law can select from ​these 30-credit options:

Built for working professionals, the customizable M.Jur. degree provides non-lawyers with an interest in areas such as business, finance, health law, energy, tax, or administration with a valuable complement to their prior training and education.

The M.Jur. in Intellectual Property is a structured program for ​IP professionals seeking world-class instruction in copyright, trademark, patent and international IP law.


Texas A&M's LL.M. and M.Jur. programs, both in residence and online, are fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. Additionally these programs have obtained acquiescence from the American Bar Association (ABA).