The Loyola University Chicago School of Law Master of Jurisprudence ("M.J.") in Business and Corporate Governance Law
provides business professionals with the opportunity to gain a sophisticated understanding of how the law operates in a business transactional and regulatory setting.
This two-year, part-time master's program is designed for the business person who wants to better understand the legal context of business and corporate governance law without going to law school.
Through Loyola's affiliation with Concord Law School, a pioneer in online legal education, this unique and exciting M.J. program is now available to any business professional in the world. The M.J.'s sophisticated online platform allows students to access courses and attend live classes from their office, at home or while traveling.