Online LLM / Cybersecurity and Data Privacy

General

Program Description

The LL.M. program offers several different study options. Candidates may specialize in government administration and regulation, health law, intellectual property law, or international law, or may design a course of study other than those specialized programs.

Candidates can take the fully-online Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Law LLM from anywhere in the world.

LL.M. candidates are required to earn 24 credits in approved courses. Students are strongly encouraged to earn academic credits, up to a limit of six, by engaging in faculty-supervised research and writing projects. A minimum GPA of 2.0, current and cumulative, is required.

Students are expected to complete their degrees within three years and to be continuously enrolled (full- or part-time) during fall and spring semesters until all degree requirements are met.

Courses previously taken toward the J.D. do not count toward the LL.M.

The Admissions Office staff is dedicated to assisting you through the application process. We are available to answer your questions and concerns and encourage you to contact us. Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m EST/EDT. Please email us at admissions@albanylaw.edu or call 518-445-2326.

Master of Laws Applicants

This LL.M. program is for graduates of ABA-approved law schools in the United States. If you received your law degree from an institution outside the U.S., please apply to our LL.M. for Foreign Law Graduates.

The LL.M. program for graduates of ABA-approved law schools offers several different study options. Candidates may specialize in government administration and regulation, health law, intellectual property law, or international law, or may design a course of study other than those specialized programs.

Candidates can also take the fully-online Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Law LLM from anywhere in the world.

LL.M. Degree Program Academic Requirements

The LL.M. program offers several different study options. Candidates may specialize in government administration and regulation, health law, intellectual property law, or international law, cybersecurity and data privacy (online only) or may design a course of study other than those specialized programs.

LL.M. candidates are required to earn 24 credits in approved courses. Students are strongly encouraged to earn academic credits, up to a limit of six, by engaging in faculty-supervised research and writing projects. A minimum GPA of 2.0, current and cumulative, is required.

Students are expected to complete their degrees within three years and to be continuously enrolled (full- or part-time) during fall and spring semesters until all degree requirements are met.

Courses previously taken toward the J.D. do not count toward the LL.M.

  • Applicants are reminded that this application will only be considered upon receipt of all required materials.
  • Applicants for the LL.M U.S. Graduates program can apply at any time and be considered for Fall, Spring or Summer admission depending on when their application is complete
Last updated August 2018

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