Organized around the theme of law and social transformation, this interdisciplinary MA program is designed for students interested in developing a rigorous and critical understanding of how law works, the different ways individuals encounter and challenge law, the changing means by which regulation takes place and the relationship between law, nation, citizenship and belonging. Our students participate in ongoing research and seminar series sponsored by the Department of Law and Legal Studies, including the Jurisprudence Center and the Graduate Culture Seminar. The MA Legal Studies is made up of seminar-style courses offered in the Department and in other disciplines, combined with one of two large research projects: either a Master’s Research Essay (MRE) or a Master’s thesis.
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- Language Test: TOEFL 86 (minimum), IELTS 6.5 (minimum)