Scalia Law offers the JD degree which students may pursue through full-time day study or part-time evening study. All Scalia Law students are currently required to satisfactorily complete 89 credit hours for graduation. Forty of those credit hours are in general courses; 49 credit hours are in elective courses. As part of the 89 credit hours, students must complete the Law School's writing requirements. For more information, see JD Curriculum.
The Scalia Law School offers four Master of Laws (LLM) Degrees in the areas of Global Antitrust Law & Economics, U.S. Law, Intellectual Property, and Law & Economics. For more information, see LLM Degrees.
The law school offers a full-time 3 year joint degree program with the School of Business. See Dual Degree in Law and Business.
The law school offers a joint degree program with the Schar School of Policy and Government. For more information, see Joint Degree in Law & Public Policy.