The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law offers more options than any other institution to help you become a legal professional.
Here you will gain the knowledge, skills and experiences needed to transform your ambitions into a meaningful career.
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Our top-tier JD program "defies all stereotypes” (student’s words) and prepares you for success as a lawyer.
- Traditional Applicants
- Advanced Admissions for Non-U.S. Lawyers
- Transfer and Visitor Applicants
- 3+3 BA/JD
An LLM allows you to gain proficiency within a specific field of law and become a more competitive job candidate after you have already completed a law degree.
Conduct advanced research and produce original scholarship in close collaboration with Arizona Law faculty as you pursue the highest degree offered in the field of law.
Designed for non-lawyers, the Master of Legal Studies provides you with a foundational understanding of U.S. law and equips you to think critically about legal problems and solutions. Available part-time, full-time, on campus and online.
Available fully online, the Graduate Certificates in Health Law are the result of an innovative collaboration between expert faculty across law and the health science colleges with international industry leaders. Certificates provide a fundamental understanding of the laws, policies and ethics surrounding the health care industry and the development of drugs, devices and diagnostics in the U.S. and abroad.
The Graduate Certificate (GC) in Indigenous Governance provides graduate level executive education and leadership development for those interested in indigenous governance. The GC is the accelerated version of our Master of Professional Studies in Indigenous Governance degree, requiring twelve (12) credits of course work to be completed within two years.
Offered through Arizona Law’s Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy program, the Master of Professional Studies in Indigenous Governance helps you develop a deep, practical understanding of indigenous governance and rights.
Take classes in first-year law school subjects with esteemed Arizona Law faculty. This degree prepares you for any law-related career and gives you a jump start on law school if you decide to pursue a JD. This ground-breaking undergraduate degree is the only one of its kind in the nation.
Jennifer R. Kott
Director of Admissions
Cary Lee Cluck
Assistant Dean for Admissions and Financial Aid
Professor of Legal Ethics; Director, BA in Law and Master of Legal Studies Programs