Texas A&M University School of Law

Texas A&M University School of Law founded in 1989 is a accredited by ABA- and based in Fort Worth, Texas. Being a member of the Association of American Law Schools, it offers two degree Master in Juris Doctor (J.D.) and Masters of Law LL.M, both full time and part time.

While the application fee for full time is $65 and tuition fee for full time is $31,000 and time: $24,118. For the students of LL.M and M in J.D. can take the degree is one of the areas, includes Business and Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Intellectual Property and Natural Resources. Other degree subjects are Business Law, Risk Management and Wealth Management. 

Not only that those students who already are studying J.D. Degree from any law school out of USA can use from programs of 24 credit hours as well. The LL.M programs offered in campus and online as well and are fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

They are like the subjects of General Law and LL.M in Intellectual property are offered in campus, while Wealth Management curriculum and Risk Management curriculum are online. Masters of Jurisprudence (M.Jur) Programs included as General, (M.Jur) in Intellectual Property and Business Law curriculum in campus while the Wealth Management ​ and Risk Management curriculum are online based degrees.

Texas A&M University School of Law Degree Programs

Master in Juris Doctor (J.D)

Texas A&M University School of Law, offers innovative J.D. program emphasizes the importance of real-world legal skills. The program will fully prepare you for all aspects of a global career. Master in Juris Doctor (J.D) is a 3 years degree program. On the other hand, the part-time program is generally a four-year course of study consisting of 14-week fall and spring semesters. A seven-week summer session with a limited course schedule is offered.

Master of Laws (LL.M.) Programs

After J.D degree program, students can have the graduate degree program consists of 24 credit hours, 1 year LL.M degree programs. Students who already hold a J.D. degree or a first law degree from a non-U.S. law school can choose from these 24-credit programs. Texas A&M University School of Law offer following LL.M Program:

  • General 
  • M. in Intellectual Property 
  • Wealth Management curriculum (online)
  • Risk Management curriculum (online)

LL.M General

The Master of Laws (LL.M.) one year program provides a concentrated post-graduate legal study program for practicing lawyers or graduates of foreign or domestic law schools.  Candidates for this program include: Foreign lawyers and law graduates seeking training in U.S. legal doctrine and skills; and U.S. lawyers and law graduates wishing to pursue an advanced study in chosen areas of focus.

Students have the option to pursue a thesis or non-thesis Master of Laws degree. Students may be enrolled on either a full-time or part-time basis. All General Master of Laws (LL.M.) students must complete 24 credit hours including at least three upper-level courses in one of the following focus areas:

  • Business and Commercial Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Intellectual Property
  • Natural Resources
  • Risk Management (Online)
  • Wealth Management (Online)


Well if students wanted to pursue the career in a unique and career-relevant perspective. Or wanted to enhance the professional skills, have a degree of Master in Jurisprudence from Texas A&M University School of Law. The M.Jur is designed for professionals who wanted to have legal education and training but do not intend to practice law. The 30 credit hour, 1-2 year program will not qualify students to sit for any state bar examination.

M.Jur. Degrees:

  • General 
  • Jur. in Intellectual Property 
  • Business Law curriculum 
  • Wealth Management curriculum 
  • Risk Management curriculum