LL.M. with Health Law and Administration Concentration

Loyola’s LL.M. degree requires completion of 24 semester credit hours and a thesis paper of publishable quality. The thesis requirement may completed as part of a health course or by taking Legal Research. The LL.M. program can be completed in two semesters or spread over up to three years.

Required Core Courses (9 credits total) 

LAW L807 Introduction to Health Law (3 hrs)
LAW L912 Health Law II:  Access, Regulation, Compliance and Strategy (3 hrs)
LAW L844 Administrative Law (3 hrs) or LAW L940 Risk and the Administrative State (3hrs)

Elective Courses: Law (15 hours total)

LAW L746 Business Organizations I (3 hrs)

LAW L747 Business Organizations II (3 hrs)
LAW L822 Bioethics and the Law (3 hrs)
LAW L825 Medical Malpractice (2 or 3 hrs)
LAW L830 Comparative Reproductive Bioethics and the Law (1 hr)
LAW L896 Professional Seminar: Medicare Law (2 hrs)
LAW L902 Elder and Disabled Law (2 hrs)
LAW L935 Social Security Disability Law (2 hrs)
 

LAW L____ Health Care Compliance (3 hours)

LAW L817 Mediation and Arbitration (3 credits)

LAW L834 Environmental Justice (2 credits)

LAW L801 Intellectual Property Law (3 credits)

LAW L____ Negotiation: Health, Safety, and the Environment (2-3 credits)

LAW L906 Advanced Legal Research (1, 2, or 3 credits)

LAWM L705 Introduction to Legal Analysis (3 credits) or LAWM L____ Graduate Seminar in Health and Environmental Law or Externship (3 credits)

LAW L896 Professional Seminar: Health Care Privacy (3 Hours)

LAW L____ Professional Seminar: Health Care Compliance (3 credits)

LAW L781 Law and Poverty (2 credits)

Elective Courses: Non-Law (0-3 hours) 

MGT B700 Organizational Behavior and Leadership (3 Credits)

MGT B705 Strategic Communication (3 credits)

MGT B710 Operations and Process Management (3 credits)

MGT B725 Quality and Performance Excellence (3 credits)

 


 

JD/LLM in Health Law and Administration

Loyola’s LLM degree requires completion of 24 semester credit hours and a thesis paper of publishable quality. The thesis requirement may completed as part of a health course or by taking Legal Research. Students graduating with a JD from Loyola College of Law may apply up to 9 credit hours in qualifying courses from the JD program of study to the LLM program of study, allowing them to complete the LLM program in one semester. Students are cautioned to confirm that the necessary required courses are offered in the semester in which they plan to complete the program.

 

Required Core Courses (9 credits total) 

LAW L807 Introduction to Health Law (3 hrs)
LAW L912 Health Law II:  Access, Regulation, Compliance and Strategy (3 hrs)
LAW L844 Administrative Law (3 hrs) or LAW L940 Risk and the Administrative State (3hrs)

 

Elective Courses: Law (15 hours total)

LAW L746 Business Organizations I (3 hrs)

LAW L747 Business Organizations II (3 hrs)
LAW L822 Bioethics and the Law (3 hrs)
LAW L825 Medical Malpractice (2 or 3 hrs)
LAW L830 Comparative Reproductive Bioethics and the Law (1 hr)
LAW L896 Professional Seminar: Medicare Law (2 hrs)
LAW L902 Elder and Disabled Law (2 hrs)
LAW L935 Social Security Disability Law (2 hrs)

LAW L____ Health Care Compliance (3 hours)

LAW L817 Mediation and Arbitration (3 credits)

LAW L834 Environmental Justice (2 credits)

LAW L801 Intellectual Property Law (3 credits)

LAW L Negotiation: Health, Safety, and the Environment (2-3 credits)

LAW L906 Advanced Legal Research (1, 2, or 3 credits)

LAWM L705 Introduction to Legal Analysis (3 credits) or LAWM L____ Graduate Seminar in Health and Environmental Law or Externship (3 credits)

LAW L896 Professional Seminar: Health Care Privacy (3 Hours)

LAW L____ Professional Seminar: Health Care Compliance (3 credits)

LAW L781 Law and Poverty (2 credits)

LAW L____ Corporate Finance

LAW L840 Employment Law

LAW L980 Income Taxation
 

Elective Courses: Non-Law (0-3 hours) 

MGT B700 Organizational Behavior and Leadership (3 Credits)

MGT B705 Strategic Communication (3 credits)

MGT B710 Operations and Process Management (3 credits)

MGT B725 Quality and Performance Excellence (3 credits)