MJ in Business Law: Loyola's Master of Jurisprudence (M.J.) in Business Law is a two-year part time online degree program for business professionals who want to better understand the legal context of business law. MJ candidates will enjoy a curriculum focused on current real world business and legal issues. They will learn business and corporate governance law and develop the skills they need to explore and create proactive solutions within a business and regulatory context. The M.J. in Business Law courses focus generally on business and corporate governance classes. The degree is applicable to almost any public or private sector industry, as well as the not-for-profit world, and is particularly relevant in the regulatory climate in which financially focused businesses operate such as banks, broker-dealer and commodities firms, investment banks, hedge funds, private equity firms, venture capital firms and any publicly traded company.
LLM in Business Law: In Fall 2015, Loyola will launch an online LLM degree in Business Law. The degree will allow students to focus their studies in compliance while also learning key transactional skills. To receive the LLM degree in Business Law, students must complete 24 credit hours of study, achieve an overall grade point average of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) and submit a paper of publishable quality on an approved topic in business law. For more information about the forthcoming online program, please contact email@example.com call 800-424-3986.
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