Master of Jurisprudence

The Military and National Security Law Concentration is just one of your options. See the main Master of Jurisprudence page for details about the overall program and other available options.

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Featured Faculty: David Schlueter 

“A Master of Jurisprudence in Military and National Security Law exposes students to important contemporary legal issues with national and world-wide significance.”

M.Jur. Military and National Security Law Concentration

The St. Mary’s M.Jur. in Military and National Security Law is for professionals in military, government and corporate positions requiring a working knowledge of the treaties, statutes and regulations that govern national security.

A degree program of this type is valuable in terms of developing your knowledge in the field of privacy as well as economic and national defense security.

Professionals in a wide variety of private-sector career fields will benefit from more knowledge about the laws which apply in the U.S. and to our international activities and relationships.

Military and National Security Law Concentration Curriculum

Required CoursesCredit Hours
Fundamentals of the American Legal System (offered online)2
Legal Research and Writing (offered online)2
Criminal Law4
Constitutional Law4
Military Law2
National Security Law3

Additional Concentration Requirements

Students must select two of these courses.
CoursesCredit Hours
Administrative Law (or Administrative Law and Regulatory Interpretation online)3
Accounting Class3
Constitutional Criminal Procedure3
Human Rights3
Public International Law3
U.S. Treaties and International Research2
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