Loyola University Chicago

School of Law

MJ in Global Competition Law (Online)

The Master of Jurisprudence (MJ) in Global Competition Law is a degree program designed for non-lawyer competition and consumer professionals to provide a comprehensive working knowledge of the competition law field. The cutting-edge curriculum, designed in conjunction with a team of leading professionals in the field, provides graduates with the expertise needed to navigate issues of competition law, regulation, and policy. Loyola's Global Competition Law program is administered by the Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies, one of the nation's leading competition and consumer law programs. This program is offered exclusively online.

Learning Outcomes

Graduates with the MJ in Global Competition:

  • Develop a greater understanding of the national and international legal system governing economic activity
  • Acquire specialized knowledge in competition law, policy, and economics
  • Learn best practices from a comparative study of the world’s principal competition law jurisdictions
  • Understand the current cutting edge issues in the field
  • Appreciate the need to tailor competition law solutions for the needs of small and developing jurisdictions
  • Understand key problems, proposed solutions, and future challenges of the competition law and policy field
  • Demonstrate effective and ethical decision-making abilities in facing issues relating to competition law and policy
  • Work and Interact with leading professors, practitioners, and enforcers in the field during their studies
  • Broaden career skills and opportunities in the field
  • Better position the student for further legal studies if desired