Intellectual Property MIP
Master of Intellectual Property (MIP)
Intellectual property law has been a specialty here for more than 40 years. UNH Law and its Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property are pioneers in hands-on IP education.
As a graduate student, you’ll find one of the most comprehensive, cutting-edge IP curricula in the country.
You also will have your choice between three program formats, our traditional residency program in New Hampshire, a limited residency option, or an online option. Students who pursue any of these options will earn the same UNH Law degree.
- Available in residential, limited residential or online programs. (Limited residential and online programs focus on patent law.)
- Admission in August for residential.
- Admission in August for limited residential.
- Admission in August and January for online programs.
- Master’s degree requires 30 credits
- Full-time or part-time students (Residential students must be full-time. Limited residential students must be full-time first semester. Online may be full- or part-time.)
- Full-time students must complete degree in 12 months.
- Part-time residential students must complete degree within five years. Part-time online students must complete degree within three years.
- Apply by the 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.