Master of Jurisprudence with a Concentration in Health Law
Georgia State College of Law offers an online master of jurisprudence (M.J.) with a concentration in health law, through its Center for Law, Health & Society. The M.J. provides non-lawyer health professionals the opportunity to advance their careers by learning about the role of law and policy in health fields. The M.J. program is two years, part-time, and designed to meet the needs of working professionals. Courses meet asynchronously online so that students can complete lessons and assignments as their schedules permit, whether they live in Atlanta or elsewhere across the country. Courses in this program introduce students to U.S. law, health care systems and compliance. Courses cover topics of health care liability, financing and access.
Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree and experience in a health-related field. Professional references and a writing sample are also required. The LSAT and GRE are not required.