Master of Science in Elder Law and Estate Planning
Elder law advocacy and estate planning require the services of more than just an attorney. Accountants, financial services, and insurance professionals all play critical roles in the process. It’s important for these non-legal personnel to have a proper understanding of the legal realities of estate planning in order to serve their clients and the attorneys they work with.
What will you study?
Western New England University School of Law is proud to announce the creation of the online Master of Science in Elder Law and Estate Planning. This part-time, online program features specially designed courses for non-lawyers to complement their professional practice with vital legal concepts.
You will study legal concepts relating to elder law and estate planning entirely online—classes are taught live in real-time. You can earn your MS in 24 credit hours to complete the program in two to three years. In this unique program you'll learn side-by-side with LLM students who already hold JD degrees. This provides an opportunity to work with seasoned legal professionals to help grow your business.
The Program requires part-time, online study, 24 credit hours with an overall grade-point average of 70 or better, and takes two to three years to complete. The curriculum will include courses offered in the LLM program as well as electives specifically developed for non-lawyers.