The college offers students the opportunity to study on a full- or part-time basis. Full-time faculty teach equally in both programs and are assisted by adjunct faculty who have experience in specific areas.
The full-time program requires approximately 15-16 credit hours per term totalling three years of study. Full-time students can earn their degree within two and half years if they enroll during summers. The first-year curriculum consists of required courses. Students enjoy numerous elective opportunities in their second and third years. View full-time curriculum »
The part-time program accommodates students who wish to study law on a part-time basis. The typical semester load consists of 9-10 credit hours. Part-time students can earn their degree within four years if they enroll during the summers, but most part-time students extend their studies over a period of four-and-a-half to five years. View part-time curriculum »
Our part-time program is successful because we make a special effort to afford part-time students access to all of the programs and resources available to full-time students, and because our part-time students bring an added dimension to our law school community. Though part-time students take most of their courses in the evening, these students have a full opportunity to participate in moot court, law review and trial litigation programs as well as beneficial student life activities.