The premier online program in



The premier online program in

Wealth Management


LL.M. or ​MLS Curriculum in Wealth Management

Wealth Management Course Online at Texas A&M Law

Our masters degree Wealth Management program gives you the knowledge and skills you need to advise wealthy clients and help manage their assets. Because wealth management involves professionals with various backgrounds, we’ve designed the program with both lawyers and non-lawyers in mind.

Whether you are a

  • Financial Advisor
  • Business Analyst
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Managing Director of Wealth Management
  • Director of Financial Planning

you’ll benefit from the deep dive into the intricacies of wealth planning law.

This program is offered completely online, which gives professionals the flexibility they need to learn and to meet the increasing need of being versed in the legal aspects of financial transactions and in the legal aspects of financial investment and portfolio management.

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As a lawyer, what will I gain from the program?

Increase your expertise in this area with exposure to specializations in tax, investments, and estate planning not covered in law school or other online LLM programs. Network and gain new contacts as you work and engage with classmates and instructors from all over the world. Balance your new expertise with practical work experience and commercial thinking to increase career opportunities. Upon completion, J.D.s will receive a Masters of Law (LL.M.). Want to network with the leading authorities to boost your career in wealth planning law?

As a non-lawyer, what will I gain from this program?

This degree, with law and finance interwoven into the curriculum, will increase your expertise, networking capabilities, and elevate your successful wealth advisory without attending three years of law school. You’ll enjoy learning from professionals from both the law school and Texas A&M’s business school as you gain personal knowledge and bolster career opportunities. Upon program completion, you’ll receive a Master of Legal Studies (MLS), formerly called the Masters of Jurisprudence (M.Jur.). Want to increase your wealth management expertise?

“The Texas A&M name is synonymous with high quality education. We hope you join our masters degree wealth management program and become a part of our campus’ unique educational experience. You will learn from industry leaders, on your schedule, and network with the top professionals, projecting a lifetime of learning and leadership in the field.”

William Byrnes,
Executive Professor of Law

Do you want to work with the experts in law and business to build your brand?

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 (

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


Q. What does a wealth manager do?

A. Going far beyond mere financial advising, the field of wealth management typically involves the coordination of multiple experts in fields that range from accounting to law. This collaboration, along with their own highly specialized credentials, allows wealth managers to comprehensively oversee all aspects of estate tax administration and other complex financial matters. Although not all wealth managers work with extremely wealthy clients, they generally gear their services toward high-net-worth individuals.

Q. How do I become a wealth manager?

A. There is no single path to becoming a wealth manager, but extensive wealth management education is an absolute must. Almost all wealth managers hold at least an undergraduate degree in finance, accounting, economics, business, or another relevant field. To truly excel in the profession, most aspiring wealth managers also complete a wealth management program at the graduate level. For attorneys, this most often means an LL.M. in wealth management or another wealth management program at the graduate level.

Q. What degree is best for wealth management?

A. Because wealth planning law is so integral to the success of wealth managers in the professional environment, the Master of Laws (LL.M.) is an extremely beneficial wealth management master’s degree. At Texas A&M School of Law, we believe that the best online wealth management program is the one that works for you. For this reason, we offer LL.M. and MLS programs that both lawyers and nonlawyers alike can complete on their own schedule.

Q. What are the benefits of pursuing a career in wealth management?

A. In short, your earning potential as a wealth manager is excellent. Because the account minimums demanded by most wealth managers are quite high, their advisor fees and profit percentages are extraordinarily attractive. Wealth managers also enjoy an exciting work environment that presents new challenges daily.

Q. What is the difference between a wealth manager and a financial advisor?

A. “Financial advisor” is an extremely broad term that refers to all manner of financial professionals. The term “wealth manager,” by contrast, applies only to financial advisors with the advanced skills and resources to handle the complex functions that go hand in hand with managing large sums of money for extremely wealthy families and individuals. In addition to their specific expertise in high-net-worth management, wealth managers tend to require higher investment minimums than those of a general financial advisor. 

Q. Why should I pursue wealth management education at Texas A&M Law vs other online LL.M. or MLS programs?

A. Because it is conducted entirely online, the LL.M. program at Texas A&M Law gives busy professionals access to a high-quality education on their own schedules. Furthermore, Texas A&M Law instructors are industry leaders who are ready to share a lifetime of learning with a practical focus. Not only is there access to industry leading instructors, the Aggie Network, which is more than 500,000 strong worldwide, provides a rich tradition of looking out for one another and career support.