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Michigan State University College of Law

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The Michigan State University College of Law understands the schedule demands and geographic obstacles that can hinder students and prevent them from attending campus-based classes. For those who desire a graduate degree in the legal field, Michigan State University College of Law offers several courses entirely online, providing flexibility and convenience for the distance student. The school offers 100% online programs in global food law in two categories; the master of laws is for candidates who already have a J.D. from an American institution and the master of jurisprudence is for students without an existing law degree. The Michigan State University College of Law offers assistance in obtaining non-traditional financial aid in the form of sponsorships and creative financing; the school also offers a robust career guidance center.

Programs
2
Students Enrolled
50
Institution Control
Private—Nonprofit
Academic Calendar
Semesters
Founding Year
1891
Student Resources
e-mail services, library services, campus computer network, career placement assistance, academic advising, bookstore
Contacts
Dean Kristi Bowman
Vice Dean for Academic Affairs Distance Learning Unit Head
Middle Name
L.
Email
kristi.bowman@law.msu.edu
Phone
517-432-6974
Dean Kristi Bowman
Vice Dean for Academic Affairs Student Application Contact
Email
kristi.bowman@law.msu.edu
Phone
517-432-6974
Online Programs
Law, Global Food Law/Master of Laws in Global Food Law
$22,800
Estimated cost for completion
= Average
Global Food Law Master of Jurisprudence
$24,700
Estimated cost for completion
= Average