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Online Masters Degrees in Business Law

Prepare for careers as a corporate lawyer or other law-related roles in the business field

Why earn a Master’s degree in business law?

With a Master’s in this field, you could qualify for a career as a corporate lawyer or in another law-related role within business, overseeing contracts and arbitrating disputes.

A Master’s is often offered by universities in one of two ways: as a combination Masters of Business Administration and Juris Doctor, or a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree, which is less common.

Those earning the combination MBA and JD technically earn two degrees, a law degree and an MBA.

Some joint JD/MBA programs allow students to specialize in topics such as taxation or entrepreneurial law.

Why earn a Master’s degree in business law?

With a Master’s in this field, you could qualify for a career as a corporate lawyer or in another law-related role within business, overseeing contracts and arbitrating disputes.

A Master’s is often offered by universities in one of two ways: as a combination Masters of Business Administration and Juris Doctor, or a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree, which is less common.

Those earning the combination MBA and JD technically earn two degrees, a law degree and an MBA.

Some joint JD/MBA programs allow students to specialize in topics such as taxation or entrepreneurial law.