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. 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.