Loyola University New Orleans Launches Master's Degrees in Environmental Law and Health Law

New programs can be completed in as little as one year

Loyola University New Orleans College of Law has announced the launch of two new law master's degrees: in health law and environmental law.

The new programs are aimed at both recent graduates and experienced professionals who want to transition into the health and environmental law fields. 

In the new Master of Health Law degree, the required courses will cover topics such as Health Care Law, Health Law Compliance, and Introduction to US Law. Elective courses will delve into Medical Malpractice, Bioethics, and other subjects.

Required curriculum in the Master of Environmental Law program will include Administrative Law, and Environmental Law, among others. In this program, students will be able to choose electives such as Energy Law and Policy, Disaster and Policy Law, and Coastal Law in the Florida Keys, among others.

The new degrees will feature intakes in the summer and fall. In both cases, the program length is flexible; students can choose to finish in two semesters or spread out the curriculum over three years.

For more information, please see Loyola New Orleans' news release announcing the two new law master's programs.


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