Top American/U.S. Law/Legal Studies/Jurisprudence Masters degree Programs - 2023

An advanced, professional program of the U.S. legal system, Constitution law, and jurisprudence. Includes instruction in legal history, legal sociology, philosophy of law, Constitutional law, legal procedure, and related topics.

Virginia grants the most Masters degrees in American/U.S. Law/Legal Studies/Jurisprudence of all US states with 81 degrees being granted last year. Students interested in American/U.S. Law/Legal Studies/Jurisprudence can expect around 61% percent of their classmates to be women and 39% percent of their classmates to be male. The majority students graduating in this field earn a Masters degree. The average annual income for an undergraduate degree in American/U.S. Law/Legal Studies/Jurisprudence is $40,200.

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Top Colleges for American/U.S. Law/Legal Studies/Jurisprudence

If you’re interested in studying American/U.S. Law/Legal Studies/Jurisprudence, then you should think about attending the University of Dayton! This school awards around 53 degrees at the Masters degree level in American/U.S. Law/Legal Studies/Jurisprudence annually.

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