Loyola Law School ranked top 10 in the United States for Entertainment Law by Variety.

Loyola takes advantage of its prime location in Los Angeles to offer students a broad spectrum of courses taught by top faculty and industry leaders.  From protecting creative content, to negotiating deals with performers, distributors, and studios, the law is a part of the entertainment business.  Loyola's Master of Science in Legal Studies (MLS) with a specialization in Entertainment & Media Law can teach you what you need to be valuable and savvy in this industry.

The MLS program can be completed in 18 months. Loyola offers evening courses as well as traditional day courses to provide greater flexibility for your schedule and lifestyle. The MLS Entertainment & New Media Law Specialization offers a great breadth and depth of courses to meet the needs of emerging and mid-career professionals across the industry.

The MLS degree requires 26 total units of credit. The Entertainment & New Media Law Specialization will be recognized upon the satisfactory completion of 17 units of coursework in addition to the first-year course in Contracts and Legal Methods I and II.  These units consist of 10 units of required courses, and 7 units of electives.

Specialization Requirements