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.
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