KNOWLEDGE | EMPOWERMENT | INNOVATION
The MS in Legal Studies and Entrepreneurship will allow you to understand the concepts of law without practicing it. As society becomes increasingly regulated, job candidates with advanced skills in legal and regulatory analysis, as well as regulatory compliance, have become highly appealing to many employers. Although many employers do not want to hire additional attorneys, they require employees with sophisticated and narrowly focused exposure to law and legal regulation.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
Gain essential knowledge in compliance, legal research and analysis, risk management, ethics, and professional standards.
Understand how the law relates to and impacts their particular area of interest without being an attorney.
WHO SHOULD ENROLL?
Ideal candidates include individuals in non-legal disciplines, professionals who would benefit from focused legal knowledge (such as those in the fields of health, college sports, education, human resources, finance, etc.), individuals seeking career changes, and those generally interested in the field of law.
Designed specifically for non-lawyers who need a solid understanding of the laws and legal systems that regulate their industry.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is this an in-person, online or combination program?
Combination: All entrepreneurship courses in this program are offered online only. Other courses in this program may be in-person.
What is the plan of study for the MS in Legal Studies and Entrepreneurship?
QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS PROGRAM?
If you have any questions or would like to speak with an advisor, please contact:
Director of Strategic Partnerships
Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship
3230 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104