Texas A&M University's School of Law will launch a new Masters of Jurisprudence this fall.
The new M.Jur. program will be held on the school's new center in San Antonio.
Students will need to complete 30 credit hours, which is about one-third of the credits typically required for a practicing lawyer’s Juris Doctorate degree. The program will cover principles of contract and commercial law, US and international legal perspectives on transactions, and more.
The M.Jur is designed for working professionals who want to get a better understanding of how law impacts business.
The program will be delivered in a blended format, with classes meeting two evenings per week.
Texas A&M's main campus is in Fort Worth, Texas.
The school also runs several LL.M. programs, including a General LL.M., an LL.M. in Risk Management, and an LL.M. in Wealth Management.
For more information, please see Texas A&M's M.Jur. in San Antonio program webpage.
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