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The Master of Science of Law (J.S.M.) offered through Thomas Jefferson School of Law is currently the only school offering a J.S.M. online. The J.S.M. can be earned with focuses placed on International Tax Law, or Financial Services Law. This degree program is suited for those who do not have a law degree. It is designed for professionals working in finance, accounting, government agencies, or those with an M.B.A.
The J.S.M. is offered entirely online, and has the capability of being completed in one year. The Master of Science of Law consists of 24 credit hours, and the official degree is granted to inpiduals once they have successfully completed the program and its requirements. Thomas Jefferson School of Law’s courses are taught by highly recognized leaders in law and financial services. The faculty bring a wealth of information and knowledge to their students.
Earning a J.S.M. provides students with a strong foundation on which they can base a career in. Appropriate professions for an inpidual with a J.S.M. include: International Financial Services, Bankruptcy and Restructuring, Wealth Management, and International Tax.
Accredited by the American Bar Association, Jefferson School of Law is a private, non profit law school, and also a member of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS.)
American Bar Association, Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar
Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Senior College and University Commission
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