MJ Degree Programs
Graduate Legal Degrees & Courses for Accounting, Human Resources, Real Estate Development, and Technology Professionals
John Marshall’s new compliance law programs and degrees are designed for accounting, HR, real estate, and technology professionals and business executives who frequently confront legal issues and regulations. Our programs offer the in-depth legal knowledge necessary to function more effectively and efficiently in your jobs.Apply Online with Graduate Admissions
Master of Jurisprudence (MJ)
The 24-credit Master of Jurisprudence can be completed in two years of part-time study. Degree candidates have the flexibility to participate online or on campus, with courses offered during the evening and during the day.
Why Earn an MJ in Law?
Every business faces legal and regulatory issues. Our new Master of Jurisprudence (MJ) program is designed for professionals who are interested gaining a comprehensive knowledge of legal areas that impact your business landscape. The program is highly beneficial for those who need an in-depth understanding of the law in their executive-level positions. The MJ program can be completely customized to fit the needs of your career or company, or you can pursue an MJ in any of our concentrations.
With specialized legal knowledge, MJ graduates stand out as professionals who can effectively and comfortably communicate with legal counsel and who can assess the needs of their organizations as the laws and regulations change and evolve in their professions. Degree candidates learn the process of legal analysis by examining cases, laws, and regulations. They develop the ability to conduct effective and relevant legal research, as well as to communicate clearly and analytically. Degree candidates also acquire the ability to think critically about legal issues and correctly apply current legal authority.
Customize Your Own Program or Choose from 6 Dynamic MJ Degrees
CFO of WS Darley & Co. “My experience in the Graduate Tax Law Programs gave me insights not only about the legislative and judicial history of our tax code, but also about how best to work with attorneys. And the interactions in class were invaluable.”