Florida's Stetson University Launches New Master of Jurisprudence Programs

New M.Jur aimed at non-lawyers; will start this fall

Florida's Stetson University College of Law has announced the launch of three new Master of Jurisprudence programs, aimed at non-lawyers. 

The new programs include a one-year Master of Jurisprudence in International and Comparative Business Law, as well as two part-time programs: one in Healthcare Compliance and the other in Aging, Law, and Policy.

The M.Jur in International and Comparative Business Law will be a residential program, while the part-time M.Jur options will be delivered online.

All three M.Jur programs will start this fall.

Students who will need a visa should apply by April 1. The deadline for domestic applicants who do not need a visa is July 1.

Stetson University also offers a full-time LL.M. in International Law as well as Online LL.M. programs in Advocacy and Elder Law.

For more information, please see the Stetson news release announcing the new M.Jur programs.

Read more about alternatives to LL.M. degrees that do not require a background in law.


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