TU Law’s graduate law and policy degrees for non-lawyers are designed to provide the education and hands-on training necessary for graduates to make a positive impact on their world while succeeding in an exciting and rewarding career.
The degrees are offered in both part-time and full-time formats with candidates generally taking five to nine credits per term. Candidates enrolled on a part-time basis (2-8 credit hours per term) are generally expected to complete the program in four to six terms. Candidates enrolling full-time (9-12 credit hours per term) may expect to complete the degree as quickly as a year.
To address the distinct needs of energy and natural resource professionals, as well as practicing attorneys and scholars with interest in energy law, The University of Tulsa College of Law offers a cutting-edge online graduate degree program, the Master of Jurisprudence in Energy Law (MJEL).
The MJEL delivers unparalleled academic experiences and career results. The MJEL is an immersive, online graduate degree program that accelerates careers. It is available in part-time and full-time formats to students across the country and can be completed in 18–24 months. For those working in or entering into the dynamic field of energy, natural resources, and environmental law, there is no preparation as powerful as the MJEL degree.
The College of Law is not accepting applications or matriculating new students into the M.J.E.L. program beyond the fall 2019 term.
To address the distinct needs of those in tribal leadership and management, as well as professionals at state and federal agencies, practicing attorneys, and scholars with interest in Indian law, The University of Tulsa College of Law provides a unique online graduate program offering unparalleled academic experiences and career results: the Master of Jurisprudence in Indian Law (MJIL). Whether you already work in or with tribal government leadership or are seeking to launch a career through which you can contribute to a tribal community, choosing the MJIL program could change everything for you. The MJIL program is available in part-time and full-time formats to students across the country and can be completed in 18-24 months. For professionals and paraprofessionals looking to work more effectively in Indian Country, there is no preparation quite as powerful as the MJIL degree.
The College of Law is not accepting applications or matriculating new students into the M.J.I.L. program beyond the fall 2019 term.