Tuition

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The tuition for the twenty-six (26) credit hour program is $765 per credit hour.

This is a fraction of the cost of residential LL.M. programs. Tuition includes ree online reading materials, as well as online access to Florida Coastal School of Law library resources and to premier legal databases, including Westlaw, exis, and Bloomberg Law. Exams are administered online through a secure website.

There are no additional costs and no additional fees- not even for textbooks! tudents even have the opportunity to participate in networking opportunities with FCSL student organizations and FCSL Alumni events, as well as in online “virtual hang-outs” and “speaker series” events. Finally, our LL.M. students can participate in the annual graduation ceremony for FCSL in Jacksonville, Florida.

Tuition for non-degree seeking students is $1,300 per credit hour.

We also accept students who wish to take only one or a few classes, but not complete the entire program. For example, our Professional Responsibility courses covers California law and helps prepare students for the California Bar exam. In addition, our Legal Analysis, Reasoning, and Communication course provides students with instruction and professor feedback on legal research and writing techniques and oral advocacy. This course is helpful for students who plan to take an MPT exam.

The US Law LLM Program is an approved program for VA benefits if the student has eligibility. The student would need to apply for benefits with the VA. https://www.ebenefits.va.gov/ebenefits/vonapp


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