Law - Graduate

The Graduate GSSP in Law is a two-semester program designed for students who have completed a bachelor’s degree, but need additional academic and/or English support to gain entry to a master’s degree program. 

 

LSAT is NOT required for admission to the Master of Laws (LL.M.) program but LSAT is required for admission to the J.D. program.

Pathways at University of Idaho

Bachelor's Degree

 

Master's Degree

 

Location

Duration

Two semesters

Semester Start Date 

Fall: August 2018

About the University of Idaho GSSP

Program benefits:

  • University of Idaho student from day one
  • LSAT not required for LL.M. program admission; however, LSAT required for JD program admission
  • Earn academic credits toward your UI graduate degree
  • Small class sizes and additional student support provided

Master's degree programs in Law

The juris doctor (J.D.) law degree provides a broad legal education and professional skills for a career in law, business or public service. Most graduates of the Master of Laws (LL.M.) program return to work in influential legal, academic and business positions in their home countries.

UI GSSP: 2 Semesters

Semester 1 Course title Credits

GSSP

 

Navigating the Graduate Pathway

 

3

 

GSSP

Academic Communication for Graduate Students

3

UIXXX

Introduction to American Law & Legal Education

3 (UI)

UIXXX

Legal Writing & Research for LL.M Students

3 (UI)

Semester 2 Course title Credits

GSSP

 

Introduction to Graduate Research

 

3

 

GSSP

Intercultural Issues for Graduate Students

3

UIXXX

Criminal Law

3 (UI)

UIXXX

Constitutional Law

4 (UI)

 

TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS

25/13 (UI)

Program information

Progression requirements:

  • overall GPA of 3.0
  • no grade below C
  • LSAT (J.D. program only)

* Courses subject to change.

Entry to master's degree program at UI

College of Law

  • Law, J.D.
  • Law, LL.M.

Career opportunities

  • Lawyer/attorney
  • Paralegal
  • Government official
  • Policy analyst
  • Consultant

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