Pitt Law is accepting applications through Sunday, August 15 for a suite of Pitt Law's popular online graduate programs for non-attorney professionals. These are 15-credit programs designed for working professionals. We currently have certificate programs in Health Care Compliance, Human Resources Law and International Business Law & Dispute Resolution as well as an online degree in our Master of Studies in Law (MSL) program.
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Students who successfully complete a Pitt Law Online Certificate—in Health Care Compliance Online, Human Resources Law Online or International Business Law and Dispute Resolution Online—may apply the 15 credits earned in the online program to the Master of Studies in Law (MSL) degree. This option allows students to earn both the certificate and the MSL in 30 credit hours, at an accelerated rate, and with reduced tuition costs. To learn more, watch the below video or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Master of Studies in Law
The Master of Studies in Law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law is a 30-credit advanced degree designed for professionals seeking to enhance their careers with a versatile alternative to the traditional three-year Juris Doctor degree. New this fall, the MSL will also be offered online.
Health Care Compliance Online
Pitt Law's Health Care Compliance Online (HCC Online) is a fully online, accelerated 10-month graduate certificate program designed for working professionals. We developed HCC Online by working with experts in compliance, law, and online education. Our advanced, accelerated program will support you as you take on more strategic compliance roles
International Business Law and Dispute Resolution Online
Pitt Law’s newest online offering, International Business Law and Dispute Resolution Online, welcomes students who already work in or who wish to begin a career in International Commercial Law. Students will advance and enhance their careers by expanding their knowledge, skills, and professional understanding of international business law.