Students working towards an LL.M. degree must complete 24 credits and maintain a 2.3 cumulative GPA.
Students with a J.D. who are working towards a Certificate in Transportation and Logistics Law must complete 12 credits and maintain a 2.3 cumulative GPA. These students have the option to work towards an LL.M. degree by continuing to take courses and completing 24 credit hours.
Students with a bachelor’s degree (or significant relevant work experience approved as a substitute by the Director of Graduate Programs) who are working towards a Certificate in Transportation and Logistics Regulation must complete 12 credits and maintain a 2.3 cumulative GPA.
During each fall, spring, and summer semester, there will be two seven-week terms followed by a one week exam period.
It is expected that students will complete the program in no more than four years.
Our instructors not only teach you the legal theory, but also the practice skills actually utilized by industry leaders in this field. We want you to be able to “hit the ground running” in the field and gain skills you can use today, tomorrow, and for years to come.
All students must complete two required courses: Administrative Law for Transportation Professionals and International Business Transactions for Transportation Professionals. Aside from those two courses, students are free to choose their own electives and to tailor their education to their individual needs.
A new term starts every two months and applications are accepted on a continuous basis.