To qualify for admission to the Master of Legal Studies program, applicants must have earned their bachelor’s degree prior to matriculation. In addition to having an undergraduate degree, those admitted must have strong letters of recommendation and leadership potential.
Applicants are urged to submit their application and supporting documents as soon as possible to receive priority review for August enrollment.
Submit an application online through this link (opens in a new window):
The MLS Admissions Committee will carefully examine all parts of the application with plans to announce decisions as soon as possible. The committee operates under a rolling admission process, and admissions may continue until the start of classes. However, international students must file a completed application and all related materials by June 15 to allow sufficient time to secure a student visa for on-campus programs. (Note: this would not apply to students taking the indigenous peoples online courses who have recieved permission from the MLS director to waive the on-campus introductory course.)