Master of Jurisprudence in Aging, Law and Policy - Curriculum
Candidates for the Master of Jurisprudence in Aging, Law and Policy must satisfactorily complete four full academic semesters for a total of at least 25 credit hours. Students may enroll in additional coursework with additional approval from the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
- Professionalism and the Court System (1 credit)*
- Fundamentals of Contract Law (2 credits)*
- Health Care Programs and Benefits (2 credits)
- Ethics and Professionalism (2 credits)
- Law and Aging (2 credits)
- Guardianships and Alternatives (3 credits)
- Legal Research (2 credits)
- Long Term Care Planning (3 credits)
- Housing and Home Ownership (3 credits)
- Thesis (2 credits)
- Administrative Law (3 credits)
View the course descriptions and requirements in the Course Catalog.