Tuition​ ​and Financial Aid

Tuition & Fees

The Masters of Jurisprudence (M.Jur.) program requires the successful completion of at least 30 credit hours.

  • The typical full-time M.Jur. student will enroll in 15 semester credit hours allowing for the completion of the program within one academic year (two long semesters – fall and spring).

  • Part-time M.Jur. students must enroll in at least 5 semester credit hours to qualify for federal financial aid.  A student attending courses during the fall, spring, and summer semesters can complete the program within two years.

Use the Tuition Estimator (select the "School of Law" tab at the top) to calculate costs based upon enrolled credit hours.

COA (Cost of Attendance) information available here.

Financial Aid

Financial aid, including student loans, is available to U.S. students. Check out the links below for more information: International students must have the financial resources to cover all costs associated with the program through personal resources or private funding.


Texas A&M University has a distinguished history of providing educational services to individuals preparing to enter our Armed Forces, those currently serving and personnel transitioning to civilian life.

Veterans and their dependents may be eligible for both federal and state tuition benefits.

Please visit the Veteran Services website for further information.