Admissions & Graduation Requirements

We are now accepting applications for the Summer semester 2017, which begins May 10, 2017.

Master of Law in Logistics and Transportation (LL.M.)

  1. U.S. Students: The Master of Law in Logistics and Transportation (LL.M.) program is open to graduates of a U.S. law school possessing a Juris Doctor (J.D.).
  2. Non-U.S. Students: The Master of Law in Logistics and Transportation (LL.M.) program is open to individuals who have a first degree in law (e.g., Bachelor of Laws) from a non-U.S. law school.

Certificate in Logistics and Transportation Law for Lawyers

  1. U.S. Students: The Certificate in Logistics and Transportation Law for Lawyers is open to graduates of a U.S. law school possessing a Juris Doctor (J.D.).
  2. Non-U.S. Students: The Certificate in Logistics and Transportation Law for Lawyers is open to individuals who have a first degree in law (e.g., Bachelor of Laws) from a non-U.S. law school.

Certificate in Logistics and Transportation Regulation for Non-Lawyers

College graduates holding a degree in Transportation and Logistics, Marine Transportation, Marine Engineering, Military Logistics or the equivalent; or

  1. Persons working in the transportation industry who hold a Certificate in Transportation and Logistics (C.T.L.) issued by the American Society for Transportation and Logistics, or the equivalent from another industry organization; or
  2. Other persons holding a college degree who have significant experience in the field of transportation or military logistics.

Graduation Requirements:

Master of Law in Logistics and Transportation (LL.M.)

In order to earn a Master of Law in Logistics and Transportation a student must:

  1. Complete 24 credits in the online Logistics and Transportation Program, including required courses in International Business Transactions (2 credits) and Administrative/Regulatory Law (2 credits).
  2. Have a 2.3 cumulative GPA.

Certificate in Logistics and Transportation Law for Lawyers

In order to earn a Certificate in Logistics and Transportation Law a student must:

  1. Complete 12 credits in the Logistics and Transportation Program, including required courses in Administrative/Regulatory Law (2 credits).
  2. Have a 2.3 cumulative GPA.

Certificate in Logistics and Transportation Regulation for Non-Lawyers

In order to earn a Certificate in Logistics and Transportation Regulation a student must:

  1. Complete 12 credits in the Logistics and Transportation Program, including required courses in Administrative/Regulatory Law (2 credits).
  2. Have a 2.3 cumulative GPA.

 


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