Health Law (LLM & MJ)
LLM in Health Law
The Master of Laws (LLM) in Health Law program is for attorneys who want to develop a special expertise in health law, and focuses on the legal, regulatory, political, ethical, and economic aspects of health care delivery. The LLM offers a comprehensive study health law topics, including payment, fraud and abuse, and compliance. LLM students may choose to concentrate their studies in compliance.
MJ in Health Law
The Master of Jurisprudence (MJ) program is a master’s degree for health care professionals and other non-attorneys seeking a comprehensive understanding of the laws, regulations, and policies governing health care. The MJ degree allows health care professionals to increase their knowledge of the law and better understand the complex regulatory environment surrounding health care. Many MJ students choose to pursue a concentration in compliance as part of their studies.
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