Is a Master of Science in Jurisprudence Right for you?
For professionals who seek to better understand the legal issues changing their industry, but who do not wish to practice law, Seton Hall Law School offers a Master of Science in Jurisprudence that can be completed entirely online with no residency requirement. Increase your knowledge of the legal and regulatory aspects that affect the work you do every day through Seton Hall Law’s MSJ degree.
Courses are designed and taught by law school professors. Requirements for acceptance include on online application - entrance exams not needed. The MSJ program is structured for students to complete eight week courses 100% online or hybrid. Ten courses (31 credits) enables students to finish in two years on a part time schedule.
The 2018 MSJ Incoming Class includes students from 34 U.S. states, 3 countries with an average age of 44. 33% of students in the MSJ program entered with another graduate degree.
Diverse areas of study students entered with include degrees in MSN, MHA, MD, PHD, JD, MBA, MPA, MS in Financial Management, MS in Engineering Management, MS in Legal Studies, and MS in Regulatory Sciences.
Career fields students entered with include careers in Financial Services, Senior Auditor, Law, Consulting, CIO, Senior Quality Analyst, Healthcare Consultant, Government, Global IP Enforcement, Bankruptcy, Regulatory Risk, Compliance Officer, Risk Management, Environmental Engineer, Regulatory Systems, Pharmaceutical Research & Development, Medical Insurance, Legal Nurse Consultant, Senior Legal Specialist, Physician, and Privacy & Security Analyst.
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Seton Hall Law's Master of Science in Jurisprudence (MSJ or MS) program is designed for non-lawyers eager to advance their careers and enhance their marketability in the healthcare, pharmaceutical, information technology, telecommunications, biotechnology, and financial services fields. As an MS student, you can concentrate in Health and Hospital Law, Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Law & Compliance, Intellectual Property Law, Privacy Law and Cyber Security or Financial Services Compliance. Joint concentrations are also available. You will have the option of completing our 31-credit-hour Master of Jurisprudence online, or as a hybrid online/traditional (in-person) degree program.
MSJ applicants do not have to take the GRE or LSAT. Students enrolled in the MSJ online degree program do not have a residency requirement. The degree can be completed in just two years on a part-time schedule.
Seton Hall Law has specialized in health and intellectual property law for more than a decade, and its premier health law programs are consistently ranked among the top 10 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. Faculty conduct research on a wide range of health and intellectual property law topics. Seton Hall has also produced the Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Compliance Manual published by the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) and the Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI).
Our nationally respected faculty members are committed to helping you achieve your professional goals and move forward in your career. You can count on having the support you need to get the most out of your education.
Graduates of our MSJ program have found employment as consultants, compliance officers, risk managers, contract analysts, healthcare administrators, nurse managers, patent/trademark assistants, pharmaceutical financial analysts, quality assurance managers, supervisors, clinical operations directors and lobbyists.
If you're interested in learning more about our Master of Jurisprudence degree program, please contact us today. We can help you determine if this program is right for you.