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Master of Jurisprudence

The Natural Resource Law concentration is just one of your options. See the main Master of Jurisprudence program page for details about the overall program and other available concentrations.

M.Jur. Natural Resource Law Concentration

As the field of natural resource law becomes more and more regulated, professionals are being called upon to master a finer understanding of state and federal regulations governing the aspects of our environment that can be resourced for economic and societal benefit.

The St. Mary’s M.Jur. in Natural Resource Law provides such professionals with a program that will position them to better navigate these regulations regarding air, wind, light, water, soil, land, underground minerals and oil.

Related interests:

  • Conservation law
  • Environmental law
  • Environmental protection
  • Environmental regulations
  • Forest management
  • Natural resource law
  • Property rights
  • Water resources
  • Wildlife management

Natural Resource Law Concentration Curriculum

Required Courses Credit Hours
Fundamentals of the American Legal System (offered online) 2
Legal Research and Writing (offered online) 2
Contracts (offered online) 4
Property (offered online) 4
Administrative Law (or Administrative Law and Regulatory Interpretation online) 3
Oil and Gas, or Water Law 3

Additional concentration requirements

Two additional electives from the list must be chosen.
Courses Credit Hours
Contracts Drafting 3
E-Discovery 2
Energy Law 2
Environmental Law 2
International Business Transactions 2
Land Titles 3

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