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Top Master's Degrees in Law & Legal Studies Online

Legal degree and paralegal degree programs – sometimes collectively called “legal studies” – can qualify you for work in a variety of law specialties. Master’s degrees are rare in the legal profession, since most lawyers acquire a Juris Doctor (JD) degree instead. But paralegal master’s degrees are becoming increasingly common as the need for well-educated paralegals rises.

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More schools offering Legal/Paralegal Programs of Interest (Alpha Sort)

Creighton UniversityOnline

CUNY- New York City College of TechnologyUndergraduate
Brooklyn, NY

Davenport UniversityUndergraduate
Grand Rapids, MI

Davenport UniversityOnline

Dickinson CollegeUndergraduate
Carlisle, PA

Drake UniversityUndergraduate
Des Moines, IA

Drury UniversityUndergraduate
Springfield, MO

Earlham CollegeUndergraduate
Richmond, IN

East Central UniversityUndergraduate
Ada, OK

Eastern Kentucky UniversityUndergraduate
Richmond, KY

Eastern Kentucky UniversityOnline

Eastern Michigan UniversityUndergraduate
Ypsilanti, MI

Eastern Michigan UniversityOnline

Elizabethtown CollegeUndergraduate
Elizabethtown, PA

Faulkner UniversityUndergraduate
Montgomery, AL

Ferris State UniversityUndergraduate
Big Rapids, MI

Ferris State UniversityOnline

Florida Gulf Coast UniversityUndergraduate
Fort Myers, FL

Franciscan University of SteubenvilleUndergraduate
Steubenville, OH

Gannon UniversityUndergraduate
Erie, PA

Geneva CollegeUndergraduate
Beaver Falls, PA

Grambling State UniversityUndergraduate
Grambling, LA

Grand Valley State UniversityUndergraduate
Allendale, MI

Hamline UniversityUndergraduate
St. Paul, MN

Hampshire CollegeUndergraduate
Amherst, MA

Harding UniversityUndergraduate
Searcy, AR

Heidelberg UniversityUndergraduate
Tiffin, OH

Hilbert CollegeUndergraduate
Hamburg, NY

Hodges UniversityUndergraduate
Naples, FL

Hodges UniversityOnline

Hofstra UniversityUndergraduate
Hempstead, NY

Hood CollegeUndergraduate
Frederick, MD

Husson UniversityUndergraduate
Bangor, ME

Illinois State UniversityUndergraduate
Normal, IL

Indiana University-Purdue University- IndianapolisUndergraduate
Indianapolis, IN

Ithaca CollegeUndergraduate
Ithaca, NY

James Madison UniversityUndergraduate
Harrisonburg, VA

Johnson and Wales UniversityUndergraduate
Providence, RI

Johnson and Wales UniversityOnline

Kaplan UniversityUndergraduate
Davenport, IA

Kaplan UniversityOnline

Kennesaw State UniversityUndergraduate
Kennesaw, GA

Kent State UniversityUndergraduate
Kent, OH

Kentucky Christian UniversityUndergraduate
Grayson, KY

Lake Erie CollegeUndergraduate
Painesville, OH

Lake Superior State UniversityUndergraduate
Sault Ste. Marie, MI

Lasell CollegeUndergraduate
Newton, MA

Lipscomb UniversityUndergraduate
Nashville, TN

Lock Haven University of PennsylvaniaUndergraduate
Lock Haven, PA

Loyola University New OrleansUndergraduate
New Orleans, LA


Earn Your Master's Degree in Law or Legal Studies Online

Online legal studies degrees are increasingly common because they offer you the opportunity to start or advance your legal career while continuing to work full-time. For example, working on your online paralegal master’s degree allows you to maintain full-time employment – perhaps in a related field like legal secretary – while taking your paralegal courses in the evening. Completing a legal or paralegal master’s program presents you with financial advantages as well; the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics estimates that professionals who hold a master’s degree can earn an average of $30,000 more annually than someone with only a high school diploma.

Sample Degree – Master’s in Paralegal Studies

This master’s degree prepares you to enter the paralegal profession with an elite education. Comprehensive study of many different aspects of the law is central to the program, giving you legal knowledge that is both deeper and wider than that learned in a more traditional bachelor’s program.