Online Masters of Legal Studies (MLS) Programs in Arizona

Arizona State University and The University of Arizona are currently the only universities we were able to find in Arizona that offer an online master of legal studies program or similar degree.

Sponsored Online MLS and Law Programs

American University

Washington College of Law

info

Master of Legal Studies

  • Complete in as few as 12 months 
  • No GRE/LSAT scores required to apply 
  • Four tracks available: General MLS, Business, Health Care Compliance, and Technology 
  • Three certificates available: Business, Health Care Compliance, and Technology

Fordham University

School of Law

info

Master of Studies in Law

  • GRE, GMAT, and LSAT scores not required to apply 
  • Complete in as few as 12 months 
  • Minimum two years’ compliance-related work experience recommended

infoSPONSORED

Arizona State University’s master of legal studies degree requires 30 credits to complete. Full-time and part-time program options are available. Concentrations include: 

  • Conflict Resolution
  • Construction Law
  • Corporate and Health Care Compliance
  • Criminal Law
  • HR and Employment Law
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Law and Sustainability
  • Sports Law and Business

There are also a number of other schools outside the state that offer online master of legal studies programs to students residing in Arizona. Admission availability can vary by state and school, so we recommend contacting the school’s admissions department for more information.

Pepperdine University

Caruso School of Law

info

Master of Legal Studies

  • No GRE or LSAT scores required to apply 
  • Complete in as few as 16 months 
  • Dispute resolution concentration available

Washington University

Washington University School of Law

info

Master of Legal Studies (MLS)

  • Complete in as little as one year  
  • Bachelor’s degree required  
  • Students can choose to concentrate in one of five specialization areas 

infoSPONSORED

Note: Programs marked with * have been granted acquiescence by the American Bar Association (ABA).

Last updated March 2021.