This Thursday afternoon, April 20, the College of Law at Michigan State University is hosting a program on our Masters of Jurisprudence (M.J.) program in Intellectual Property, Information & Communications Law. This degree program is specifically for students without a first degree in law.
This one-year degree is intended for students in the sciences, communications, packaging and the arts to learn about patent, trademark, and copyright law, as well as legal research and writing. It’s a great complement to a degree in those fields, or for students in a range of other fields, like business or international relations.
Tuition is reduced for this program to make it more affordable for the students, with the entire degree (24 credits) priced at approximately $16,000.
All students who apply will receive fee waivers (worth $100). They are still accepting applications for Fall 2017 admission.