M.A. in Law – Human Resources Law

Tuition Among the Lowest in the Nation for a Master’s by an ABA-approved Law School

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Top 20 Most Innovative Law School, PreLaw Magazine, 2017

Increase Your HR Law Expertise with an Online Law Degree

The Master of Arts in Law – Human Resources Law, offered completely online (with select on-campus course options), will enhance your HR skills through comprehensive coursework. This includes contracts, employment law, strategic human resource management, and negotiations, giving you a better understanding of the laws that affect your career. Taught from a biblical perspective, this online human resources law degree helps to solidify your reputation as a trusted professional.

Enhance Your Credentials without a JD

Earn your M.A. in Law credential in just five semesters with this practical alternative to the on-campus 3-year Juris Doctor degree.

Advance Your Knowledge

Choose from a robust list of courses from training and development to performance management.

Sharpen Your HR Law Skill Set

Complement your degree with courses in employment law, negotiations, family law, and more.

Gain a Competitive Edge

Acquire the knowledge required for professional advancement and improved marketability with this online law degree.

Online Law Degree

8-Week Course Sessions

Scholarships Available


Online

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TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 30

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Take Your Career to the Next Level

On completing the Master of Arts in Law – Human Resources Law, you will be able to:

  • Analyze trends in human resource management with the aim of driving business results in an organization.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in laws relevant to your field, including contract, employment and healthcare laws and employment discrimination.
  • Research American law, including cases, and statutes.
  • Provide an astute legal perspective to those you lead and serve.

Career Opportunities

  • C-level leadership
  • Human resources administration
  • Corporate training & development

$123,510 Mean annual wage for human resource managers. - Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2017

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Admission Requirements - M.A. in Law

2018-2019 Semester Check-In Deadlines:

All new students are expected to check-in for the semester 2 weeks prior to the session start date. Students should apply, be accepted, enroll in their first courses, and confirm a plan to pay for their courses prior to this date.

Session

Semester Check-In

Session Start Date

Session A

Wednesday, August 15

Monday, August 27

Session M

Wednesday, September 12

Monday, September 24

Session B

Wednesday, October 17

Monday, October 29

Session C

Wednesday, January 2

Monday, January 14

Session T

Wednesday, January 30

Monday, February 11

Session D

Wednesday, March 6

Monday, March 18

Session E

Wednesday, May 1

Monday, May 13

Session F

Wednesday, June 12

Monday, June 24

Note: On-campus international applicants must meet a fall semester application deadline of February 15 with an academic acceptance deadline of March 15 or a spring semester application deadline of June 15 with an academic acceptance deadline of July 15.

Regent Law admits students with academic promise and calling who are serious about the critical roles they will assume upon graduation. If you have decided to earn your master's degree in law, we make applying to graduate school easy.

Admissions Criteria
The admissions committee seeks applicants who will bring a range of backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives to Regent University's School of Law. The M.A. in Law program seeks highly motivated students and professionals who appreciate the educational benefits and professional development opportunities a graduate legal-based education offers. Each of the following will be evaluated to assess an applicant's potential for success in the program.

  • Academic achievement (GPA, course rigor, and institution(s) attended)
  • Mission Fit
  • Responses to the questions in the application for admission
  • Skills relevant to the practice of law

Admissions Requirements
Applicants should possess a bachelor's degree from an approved college or university prior to beginning their legal studies. The admissions committee does not recommend any single major or undergraduate field of study, but welcomes majors ranging from political science to engineering, and from biblical studies to psychology. LSAT and GRE not required for admission to our program.

Admissions Decisions
Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis, with most applicants being notified within two weeks of the date that the application and all supporting documents are received by the Admissions Office.


How to Apply to Graduate School - M.A. in Law Application Process

1. Complete Your Online Application
Note: If you are unable to complete our application due to a disability, please contact our Admissions Office for assistance.

2. Pay Your $50 Application Fee
Option 1: Pay via the online application process or by check or money order mailed to Regent University, Enrollment Support Services, 1000 Regent University Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464.
Option 2: Attend a School of Law on-campus or online information session to streamline your application process, discover financial aid resources, and waive your $50 application fee.

3. Submit your Unofficial College Transcripts*
Unofficial transcripts
from a U.S.-based school, indicating successful completion of a bachelor's degree program, can be used for an admissions decision. Email your unofficial transcript to transcripts@regent.edu using the subject line: LAW Master's Application Pieces.

Non-U.S. transcripts must be evaluated by an NACES-approved company. See the International Admissions Checklist for details.

*Upon conditional acceptance to the program by review of unofficial transcripts, Regent University's Admissions Office will attempt to obtain your official transcripts from your U.S. degree-granting institution, which indicate successful completion of a bachelor's degree program. We will notify you if your previous institution will not release transcripts directly to us.

4. Submit Your Professional Resume (Optional)
Your professional resume or curriculum vitae should include:

  • Employment history with details of responsibilities, skill sets, and results
  • School, community, and church leadership positions
  • Service activities in which you have been involved
  • Academic and non-academic honors and distinctions you have received

Email your resume to apply@regent.edu using the subject line: LAW Master's Application Pieces.

5. Complete an Admissions Questionnaire Regarding Your Professional Goals and Interests

6. Government-Issued ID
To ensure academic integrity, Regent University requires a copy of a government-issued ID. Simply scan and upload a copy of your driver's license, high school ID, passport, permanent resident card or official government ID card, using our secure and convenient online tool. If you would prefer to take a picture of your government-issued ID and email that to our office, please attach your ID and email to apply@regent.edu with the subject line: Government ID.

7. International Applicants
Visit the International Students Admissions page for additional admission requirements and to determine if you qualify as an international student.


Note: All items submitted as part of the application process become the property of Regent University and cannot be returned.

Master of Arts in Law tuition is $650 per credit hour*

  • 30-credit-hour program is $19,500.

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Student Fees

Cost Per Semester

University Services Fee (Online Students)

$550 (per semester)

*Rates are subject to change at any time.

Learn more about scholarships and financial aid.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completing the M.A. in Law program, students will be able to:

  • Evaluate legal issues through the framework of the student's concentration.
  • Communicate knowledgeably and effectively with others on legal issues within their concentration.
  • Analyze the philosophical and theological sources and nature of the American legal system.
  • Analyze the Constitution, the structure, power, and limitations of the three branches of the federal government and the power and authority of state and local governments.
  • Analyze the functions, powers, and processes of legislative bodies and administrative agencies.
  • Research American law, including cases, and statutes.

M.A. in Law – Human Resources Law