Wake Forest University School of Law to promote fully online, part-time Master of Studies in Law (MSL) degree and certificate programs for Alaska residents at annual Anchorage SHRM Conference, May 18-19
Applications currently being accepted for Summer 2017 classes
The MSL degree and certificate programs are specially designed for professionals who need to navigate the law to better manage risk in the workplace. The Human Resources degree track focuses on the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate a growing number of complex employment laws and regulations. It provides professionals with the necessary legal compliance knowledge and skill to reduce risk and increase value for their business, in a flexible, accessible degree format.
“The MSL degree and certificate programs allow professionals in a wide range of industries to benefit from the market-driven curriculum, helping them become even more valuable assets and reduce overall risk in the workplace, while earning a valuable degree or credential, “ says MSL Director Ellen Murphy (JD ’02), assistant dean of instructional design. “Classes are taught by Wake Forest Law full-time faculty in collaboration with industry experts, so students benefit from team teaching in an environment focused on real-world issues."
Current MSL degree student Sean E. Rogers of Ithaca, New York, says he couldn’t be happier that he decided to pursue the MSL degree. “I’m very impressed with how well everything is organized, and with the rigor and richness of the content. The professors and staff have been super responsive and available. What you and Wake (Forest) Law have created is very impressive!"
Tuition for the MSL degree and certificate is $900 per credit hour: $10,800 for the certificate or $27,000 for the degree at the current tuition rate. Students can expect to enroll in 3-6 credit hours per semester. For more information or to apply, visit http://msl.law.wfu.edu/.
The Wake Forest University School of Law offers the following degrees: the JD, the JD/MA in Bioethics, the JD/MDiv, the JD/MA in Religion, JD/MA in Sustainability, the Master of Studies in Law, the Master of Laws in American Law, the SJD and the JD/MBA in conjunction with the university's School of Business.