Online Master of Legal Studies (MLS) Programs in Michigan

Michigan State University-College of Social Science School of Criminal Justice is currently the only college in Michigan we found that offers an online Master of Legal Studies program or similar degree.

Michigan State University-College of Social Science School of Criminal Justice requires 30 credit hours to complete. MSU offers only a full-time program option.

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American University

Master of Legal Studies (MLS)

  • Complete in as few as 15 months
  • No GRE/LSAT scores required to apply
  • Four tracks available: General MLS, Business, Health Care Compliance, and Technology
Fordham University

Online Master of Studies in Law in Corporate Compliance

  • Complete in as few as 20 months
  • GRE, GMAT, and LSAT scores not required to apply
  • Professionals who have earned a J.D., LL.B., or other law degree not eligible
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Pepperdine University

Master of Legal Studies program

  • No GRE or LSAT scores required to apply.
  • Complete in as few as 16 months.
  • Dispute resolution and human resources concentrations available
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Washington University

Master of Legal Studies (MLS)

  • Complete in as little as one year
  • No GRE or LSAT scores required to apply
  • Five specialized certificate offerings

 

Aside from MSU, students may enroll in online MLS programs at many out of state schools. Our research discovered many schools that require two or less on campus visits throughout the duration of the program. Tuition is often the same, or even discounted from on-campus programs.

As always, it’s recommended you check with the admissions department of the schools you are interested in to confirm that you are eligible to enroll before submitting an application.

List of Colleges in Michigan with Online MLS Programs

List of Colleges in Michigan with Online MLS Programs
School Name Degree Name Full-Time Part-Time
Michigan State University-College of Social Science School of Criminal Justice Master of Science Degree in Judicial Administration Yes No

List of Online Master of Legal Studies Programs that Accept Students from Michigan

List of Online Master of Legal Studies Programs that Accept Students from Michigan
School Name Degree Name Full-Time Part-Time
Arizona State University-Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law Master of Legal Studies Yes Yes
California Southern University Master of Science in Law Yes Yes
California University of Pennsylvania Master of Legal Studies Yes Yes
Drexel University Thomas L. Kline School of Law Master of Legal Studies Yes Yes
Loyola University Chicago-School of Law Beazly Institute for Health Law and Policy Master's of Jurisprudence Yes Yes
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Master of Legal Studies Yes Yes
Purdue University Global Master of Legal Studies Yes Yes
Seton Hall University School of Law Master of Science in Jurisprudence Yes Yes
University of Dayton School of Law Master of Studies in Law Yes Yes
University of Illinois-Springfield Legal Studies Master’s Yes Yes
USC Gould School of Law Master of Studies in Law Yes Yes
Wake Forest University School of Law Master of Studies in Law Yes Yes
Washington University School of Law
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Master of Legal Studies Yes Yes
West Virginia University School of Law Master of Science in Legal Studies Yes Yes