Master Your Education
The Master of Legal Studies is a graduate legal degree for those who interact professionally with the law, the American legal system, and lawyers, but who are not necessarily seeking to become lawyers themselves. The MLS program can be beneficial to professionals in a variety of fields, including healthcare, law enforcement, compliance, business, education, public administration, government regulation, social services, and any other occupational, vocational, or professional endeavor that involves negotiations, regulations, or working with legal issues.
Students take their courses at the Humphreys University Drivon School of Law. The course requirements generally follow the pattern of the traditional first year law student, with a focus on contracts and torts. Students in the MLS program take the same courses as do the Drivon School of Law students with the same professors and are held o the same academic and attendance standards.
What You’ll Learn
- Specialize knowledge about the legal system and processes
- Legal analysis and examine laws, regulations, and cases
- Reasoning and writing skills to solve legal problems
- Conduct legal research
What You’ll Take
- Introduction to Law
- Legal Research & Writing
What You’ll Earn
- Master of Legal Studies
Your Future in Law
Our programs are designed with your goals in mind. Our Graduate program provides a Master of Legal Studies with the flexibility of choosing your own pathway to suit your needs and aspirations.
With your Master’s in Legal Studies, you could consider any of these careers after your graduate studies:
- Compliance Director
- Legal Consultant
- Federal Regulatory Agent
- Private Investigator
- Court Administrator
Accreditation is important; Humphreys University is accredited by Western Association of Schools & Colleges Senior College & University Commission.
As a non-profit institution, we emphasize community, academics, and affordability, all while giving you the resources you need to succeed.
Courses are conveniently offered online to accommodate working students.
Applications for enrollment are accepted all year. Apply soon to begin during one of our upcoming quarters.