Health Law (LLM)
LLM in Health Law: Loyola's Master of Laws in Health Law degree provides attorneys with the opportunity to gain a sophisticated knowledge of the laws and regulations that govern the health care industry. Students may choose to complete course-work online or on-campus, but all students must come to Loyola's Chicago campus at the end of the program for an Education Immersion Weekend. Complete program info.
Health Law (MJ)
MJ in Health Law: The MJ in Health Law is designed exclusively for health care professionals who do not wish to practice law or sit for a bar exam but rather, wish to learn the specific laws and regulations that govern health care. The entirely online program is divided into learning modules that consist of: writing and reading assignments, essay exams, quizzes, live synchronous classes, audio and video lectures, and bulletin postings. All courses can be completed online but students are required to acome to Loyola's Chicago campus twice during their tenure for Education Immersion Weekends. Complete program info.
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