Information for Non-Degree Students

A limited number of law school graduates may be admitted in a non-degree status to take up to 6 hours of credit. Applicants should contact the Graduate Programs Office for application materials and instructions. Entrance requirements for non-degree students are the same as those for degree candidates (U.S. law school graduates and non-U.S. law school graduates). Non-degree students who subsequently apply for and are granted admission to one of the graduate programs as a degree candidate may have the credits earned at the Law School applied toward degree requirements. However, admission as a degree candidate is not guaranteed. Enrollment in individual courses as a non-degree student will also depend on space availability.


Spotlight Item

Mary L. Schapiro, J.D. ‘80, 29th Chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, gave the keynote address at the C-LEAF conference “Navigating Dodd – Frank: Are We Avoiding Another Financial Crisis?” in October 2012.

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