Intellectual Property LLM
Master of Laws in Intellectual Property (LLM)
Study with the best. For more than 40 years, the UNH School of Law, and its Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property, have been global pioneers in hands-on intellectual property (IP) education.
Take advantage of one of the most comprehensive IP curricula in the country. Immerse yourself in a broad range of cutting-edge IP issues.
Choose from a traditional residency program, a limited residency option, or an online program.
- Available in residential, limited residential, or online programs. (Limited residential and online programs focus on patent law.)
- Admission in August only for residential and limited residential.
- Admission in January or August for online.
- Master’s degree requires 30 credits. LLM requires 24 credits, or 30 credits for candidates without a law degree.
- Full-time or part-time (Residential students must be full-time. Limited residential students must be full-time first semester. Online may be full- or part-time.)
- Full-time must complete degree in 12 months.
- Part-time residential must complete degree within five years. Part-time online must complete degree within three years.
- Apply by Law School Admission Council (LSAC) or our website for residential programs.
- Apply on our website for limited residential or online programs.
- Graduation ceremony in May.
- New York Bar eligibility for residential LLM students.