Seton Hall University Law School Online MSJ Program

Seton University School of Law offers an online Master of Science in Jurisprudence for students with a bachelor’s degree. The program requires 31 credit hours and typically takes two years to complete on a part time basis, and faster if on a full time basis. The online Master of Science in Jurisprudence program is designed for professionals eager to advance their careers and enhance their marketability in the healthcare, pharmaceutical, information technology, telecommunications, biotechnology, and financial services fields.

There are four concentrations available:

  • Financial Services Compliance
  • Health & Hospital Law
  • Pharmaceutical & Medical Device Law & Compliance
  • Intellectual Property Certificates

Students may choose dual concentrations.

Seton Hall Law’s health law programs are consistently ranked among the top 10 in the nation by U.S. New Best Graduate Schools. Faculty conduct research on a wide range of health and intellectual property law topics. Seton Hall has also produced the Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Compliance Manual published by the American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) and the Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI).

Seton University School of Law is accredited by the Middle States Association of College and Schools.

Seton Hall Online MSJ Program: Overview

Program Name: Master of Science in Jurisprudence

Online Program Structure: No Campus Visits Required

Program Options:

  • Part-time and Full-time
  • Asynchronous
  • Cohort Program

Concentrations:

  • Health and Hospital Law
  • Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Law & Compliance
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Financial Services Compliance

General Studies concentration is not available.

Contact Information:

Program Length: 30 credit hours — 2 years if part time, faster if full-time

Admission Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Transcript
  • Resume
  • Personal Statement
  • 1 Letter of Recommendation

Disclaimers: Please contact the Program Coordinator to determine if the program is available for your state of residence.