Our Flexible Online Program

Our program courses are all offered asynchronously online through the School of Law’s eCampus LMS. eCampus presents an intuitive, user-friendly design, and collaboration tools to promote instructor-to-student and student-to-student interaction. Students will be able to set their own schedules to manage class time and their professional obligations, all while engaging and interacting with experts and peers throughout the program.

Students will be introduced to a wide variety of visual presentations during class, which may include whiteboard, screen sharing, and web tour functions. These engaged asynchronous offerings bring together the convenience and flexibility of an offline presentation with interactivity needed to gain a thorough knowledge of the topic area.

Students will receive training on the eCampus LMS platform prior to beginning courses, and ongoing course monitoring will help ensure program quality and minimize student platform issues. Students will receive 24/7 technical support.

All courses will be in compliance with ADA, state, and school requirements. Course accessibility options include captioning, extra time on examinations and other timed assignments, use of dictation software for exams, and use of a note-taker.

Since the courses are all offered asynchronously online, there is no “set” class schedule. Everyone in our program is a working professional.  As such, we try to be flexible with course deadlines. If you have commitments or conflicts that will interfere with a set deadline, be sure to arrange an alternative with your instructor up front.

Students can expect that during these asynchronous courses, professors will initiate interaction at least twice per week.

This interactivity may be via:

  • discussion boards
  • group breakout sessions
  • the posting of questions during discussion boards and/or office hours
  • asking students to answer yes/no or multiple choice polling
  • requesting short answer responses through discussion boards, chat rooms, or office hours
  • calling on students to answer questions or make presentations through discussion boards, chat rooms, or office hours

Student attendance will be tracked automatically each time that the student logs in to the course.

Texas A&M University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award baccalaureate, masters, doctorate, and professional degrees. Questions about the accreditation of Texas A&M University may be directed in writing to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097, by calling (404) 679-4500, or by using information available on SACSCOC's website (sacscoc.org).

The ​Master of Legal Studies and Master of Laws degree programs have obtained acquiescence from the American Bar Association (ABA).