Admission to the MSL program is based on the applicant’s academic record and professional background, a personal statement, and academic/professional references. You may also be asked to participate in an interview (in some cases by teleconference) with members of the MSL admissions committee.
Applicants must have graduated from an accredited college or university by the time of enrollment in the MSL program. There are no pre-requisites or preferred major areas of study for admission to the MSL program.
It is preferred that applicants have taken one of the major graduate-level standardized tests (LSAT, GRE, GMAT or MCAT). Standardized test scores may be waived for students who either (1) have completed a graduate or professional degree, or (2) demonstrate significant professional experience or special circumstances.