LLM, Master & Diploma – Degree Eligibility
Students applying to Graduate Programs at the University of New Hampshire School of Law have the opportunity of selecting either an LL.M. degree, interdisciplinary Master’s degree or a Diploma.
These are the degree eligibility requirements:
LL.M. (Intellectual Property, Commerce and Technology, and International Criminal Law and Justice)
Applicants to the LL.M. program must hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and a J.D. degree from a law school prior to matriculation in any UNH School of Law LL.M. program.
International applicants must hold a baccalaureate law degree from a foreign law school or have credentials that demonstrate equivalent qualification through relevant professional experience as outlined in Graduate Program Admission Standards.
(Note: An LLM candidate without a law degree must complete 30 credits.)
Interdisciplinary Master degree (Intellectual Property, Commerce and Technology, and International Criminal Law and Justice)
Applicants to the Master’s degree program must hold a baccalaureate degree prior to matriculation in any UNH School of Law interdisciplinary Master’s degree program.
Diploma in (Intellectual Property or Commerce and Technology)
Applicants to the Diploma certificate should hold a baccalaureate degree but may be accepted for enrollment based on experience in the workplace.