Established in 1878, Champlain College is located in picturesque Burlington, Vermont situated overlooking Lake Champlain. Among the first institutions in the U.S. to develop online learning programs; the College recognizes that it can increase a student’s learning potential by making degrees and programs available online.
The College offers students the opportunity to learn from professors that are professionals and experts within their fields of study.
From the start of your education with the College, you will be emerged in a culture that is dedicated to academic excellence, leadership and global understanding.
Champlain College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
The online Master of Science in Law (MSL) - a non J.D. program - at Champlain College was created to help professionals who are not lawyers think and act confidently in the legal dimensions of their work, prevent needless litigation, and work productively with counsel when counsel is necessary. We believe that in order to advance your career, a strong foundation in various aspects of law is necessary. As such, we have carefully selected a broad range of courses that expose you to all aspects of the law. Through this all-inclusive curriculum, you will gain comprehensive legal knowledge and professional focus.
Our regionally accredited program with our experienced faculty of attorneys is designed so you build a greater public understanding of law through studying: Intellectual Property Law, Managerial Law, Human Resources Law, and Health Law.
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New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
Private, not-for-profit, Higher Education
Master's College or University I
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Some graduate programs provide for a short on-campus intensive retreat.
You may be eligible for a variety of financial aid programs from the state and the federal government. Some examples are Pell Grants, Stafford Loans, and VSAC (Vermont Student Assistance Corporation) state grants.
I enjoyed my courses, my instructors and the personal attention. I also like that the program is very hands-on and applicable to day-to-day work situations.