Loyola Law School offers six specializations to foreign law graduates and select U.S. students.
Loyola's Master of Science in Legal Studies (MLS) with a specialization in Criminal Justice is designed to give members of law enforcement the tools they need to make quick decisions in the field, anticipate trial and evidentiary needs, and fully develop critical thinking skills applicable to every stage of a case from investigation to the courtroom. With scholarships available for public servants, the MLS is a way forward for professionals looking to rise in the ranks or searching for a second career.
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 Criminal Justice Specialization offers a breadth and depth of courses to meet the needs of professionals across the industry.
The MLS degree requires 24 total units of credit.