Georgia State University College of Law’s LL.M. program offers foreign-trained lawyers a great opportunity for acquiring practical experience and prepare for a career in government service or teaching. Graduates with a foreign law degree who want to study Environmental and Land-Use Law, Health Law, Intellectual Property, and gain general knowledge and experience regarding legal practices can apply for the Georgia State Law’s LL.M. program.
Georgia State Law recently announced the tuition and fees for its LL.M. program, which is one of the most affordable programs for earning a Master of Laws degree. Here are the tuition and fees for both full-time and part-time studies.
Full-Time 3 Semester Program
Georgia State Law highly recommends this program for anyone seeking an LL.M. The tuition and fees for nonresident students are a total of $40429, while Georgia resident students can expect to pay $19187.
Part-Time 4 Semester Program
The tuition and fees for this program is a total amount of $41768 for nonresident students, while the amount for Georgia resident students is $20526. The figures for the part-time program are based on the schedule for the current academic year and may vary in the future.
Full-Time 2 Semester Program
This program includes nonresident student costs of tuition and fees of $36658, while Georgia resident student costs amount to $17050.
Bear in mind that total costs greatly depend on personal choices and that they don’t include loan fees. Also, Georgia State Law offers graduate research assistantships and tuition waivers for high academic achievers.