Located at Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the Shepard Broad College of Law of Nova Southeastern University (NSU) has just recently launched a new LLM program. The program is open to law graduates and legal professionals with prior law degree. Acquiring the LLM program could enhance the students' legal skills and knowledge, and result to advancement in their careers.
The new LLM program may be completed in one year if taken full-time or two years, part-time. What makes the new Master of Laws program at NSU quite attractive is the flexibility it offers. Students have the choice of taking it online, on-campus or a combination of both. Such a hybrid platform will allow LLM students to continue with their professions while gaining their postgraduate degree.
The student of this LLM degree at NSU will have the option of focusing on any of the following concentrations:
- Health Law
- Technology Law
- Business and Entrepreneurial Counseling
- Intellectual Property
- International Law
- Litigation and Dispute Resolution
The following core competencies will be integrated into all of the focus areas mentioned:
- fiscal literacy
- strategic planning
The new LLM program is NSU's first and will be added to its existing law programs, as follows:
- Juris Doctor (JD)
- Master of Science in Education Law (online)
- Master of Science in Health Law (online)
- Master of Science in Employment Law (online)
- Master of Science in Law and Policy (online)
The new LLM degree will begin Fall 2018 and applications are now accepted. To get further information, students must visit the website of NSU's College of Law.