Online Master of Legal Studies Programs in North Carolina
Wake Forest University School of Law is currently the only college in North Carolina that offers an online Master of Legal Studies program or similar degree.
Wake Forest University School of Law requires 30 credits to complete. Full-time and part-time program options are available. Concentrations include Business Law and Compliance, Health Law and Policy, and Human Resources.
Featured Online Master of Legal Studies Programs that Accept Students from North Carolina
The online Master of Legal Studies program from Pepperdine University School of Law. No GRE or LSAT scores are required to apply.
In addition to Wake Forest, there are a number of other out-of-state schools that offer online Master of Legal Studies programs (requiring two or less on-campus visits total) to students in North Carolina. Tuition can vary by university, so it is recommended to check with a school’s admissions office for current tuition rates. Many online MLS programs offer the same rates for students in and out-of-state. There are also sometimes discounts for students enrolling in online-only programs.
As always, it’s recommended you check with the admissions department of the schools you are interested in to confirm that you are eligible to enroll before submitting an application.
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