As a leader in legal education, Loyola's law school helps law students and practicing attorneys grow and succeed by offering training and education in contemporary business issues. In addition to our exceptional faculty, we invite legal thought leaders, jurists and business professionals to teach classes so our students can have opportunities to learn the practical, transactional aspects of the business world.
To receive the LL.M. degree in Business and Corporate Governance Law, students must complete 24 credit hours of study, achieve an overall grade point average of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale) and submit a paper of publishable quality on an approved topic in business law.
M.J. Degree in Business and Corporate Governance Law
Designed to introduce business professionals at the mid-level supervisor or director level to the law, the program prepares individuals to function more effectively within the legal system by teaching fundamental business law skills.
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission