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M.A. in Law, Justice & Culture Information Session, Feb. 23
The M.A. in Law, Justice & Culture—which focuses on critical analysis of law in relation to society, culture, politics and power—is currently accepting applications for both the on-campus and online programs.
- For the Athens Campus program (MA4416), students are being accepted to begin in the fall. This is the only time that students may enter the on-campus program. The priority application deadline is March 15.
- For the eCampus program (MA4417), students are begin accepted to start in the summer or fall. The summer deadline is April 15. The fall deadline is July 15.
This master’s degree is designed for anyone who deals with law academically or professionally including individuals in careers that deal with law, as well as those considering law school or Ph.D. programs.
The Law, Justice & Culture degree:
- Can be completed in person on the Athens Campus or entirely online.
- Offers research-driven teaching by faculty with national and global expertise in their fields.
- Strengthens skills in analytical and conceptual thinking, legal and scholarly research and writing, ethical and public interest concerns, public advocacy, and active engagement with the challenges of law and justice in the 21st century.