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Master of Jurisprudence (MJ)

The application process for our Master of Jurisprudence (MJ) programs is simple. You can apply at any time for any upcoming open term, if the deadline has not passed. The Admissions Committee will review your file once you have submitted:

  1. Application form:
    Our online application form is free. You can start the application at any time and return to complete it when you are ready.
  2. Official transcripts
    You must submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended. If you attended Loyola University Chicago previously, you do not need to request transcripts; we have them on record.
  3. Letters of recommendation
    If you supply your recommender's email address on the online application form, we will send a personalized link by which to upload the letter. We recommend you ask your recommender to write the letter of support prior to starting the application.
    1 Letter of Recommendation 2 Letters of Recommendation

    Compliance & Enterprise Risk Management

    Children's Law and Policy

    Health Law

    Rule of Law Development

  4. Statement of purpose
    We want to know your motivation for returning to school, your career aspirations, and how you believe our program will help you meet your goals. You can submit the statement through the online application.
  5. Resume
    A current resume or curriculum vitae can be uploaded through the online application.

You may also be required to submit

  1. Transcript evaluation
    You must submit an official transcript evaluation for all postsecondary schooling outside of the U.S. (except for study abroad coursework), regardless of the language of the instruction or transcript. We accept evaluations from Educational Credential Evaluators or Educational Perspectives. If you have a U.S. master's or doctoral degree, you may skip this evaluation.
  2. English language test requirement
    An official TOEFL, IELTS, or Pearson Test of English (PTE) score report is required for international applicants whose native language is not English. The minimum acceptable total score on the Internet-Based Test (IBT) of the TOEFL exam is 90. The minimum acceptable total score on the IELTS exam is 6.5. The minimum acceptable score for the PTE exam is 61. This requirement is waived for those who have completed a four-year U.S. bachelor's degree program or for those who are citizens of or have completed a bachelor's degree at a recognized institution at which the language of instruction is English in these countries: Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, or New Zealand.

If you have any questions about the application process, please contact the Office of Graduate Enrollment Management at 312.915.8950 or GradApp@luc.edu.

 

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