San Antonio MJur

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Masters of Jurisprudence (M.Jur.) ​Degree ​Program

Texas A&M's Masters of Jurisprudence program ​​in San Antonio offers:
    
  • A practical education on the law
  • A graduate program that fits your lifestyle and career
  • Your entry to the Aggie Network
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San Antonio MJur studentsAggie Law’s Masters of Jurisprudence —or “M.Jur.”—​ program in business law offers a Texas A&M University degree designed for professionals in business who desire a stronger understanding of legal compliance, legal concepts and legal risk management, yet do not wish to abandon business careers and become lawyers.

San Antonio classroomIn only 30 credit hours (a third of the credits typically required for a practicing lawyer’s Juris Doctorate degree), students will learn

  • principles of contract and commercial law
  • U.S. and international legal perspectives on transactions
  • how to maximize the effectiveness of interaction with lawyers
  • and much more.

San Antonio Mark BurgeBest of all for making the business-focused M.Jur. accessible, San Antonio Center classes meet in person only two evenings per week. Many professors will enrich their live interaction with flexible online content where students get to manage their individual schedules. This blended classroom experience brings together the best that live education and online education have to offer.

San Antonio MJur program Mario Guel​Check out th​is Office of Graduate and Professional Studies' blog post to gain insights into the ​Texas A&M School of Law M.Jur. program at the San Antonio Center from one of its current students, Mario Guel.

You can learn more about the San Antonio M.Jur. program at any of our free lunchtime Texas A&M School of Law Business Speaker Series events. We would love to see you there!

​Vi​sit the FAQs page to learn more about the Aggie Law M.Jur. degree program in business.

San Antonio Aggie Law Grad Students Host The Big EventSan Antonio Big Event 2018The inaugural class of Texas A&M University School of Law San Antonio Center Business Law Masters of Jurisprudence (MJur) graduate students led their own Big Event in the Alamo City. The students served the community through Blueprint Ministries, a nonprofit organization that provides leadership training for youth and adults while restoring homes for elderly, disabled and low-income residents.
Read the full ​blog post here.