Tuition for the Master of Studies in Law degree program is $900 per credit hour, for a total degree tuition cost of $27,000, at the current tuition rate.
Tuition for the Workplace Legal Fundamentals certificate program is also $900 per credit hour, for a total certificate tuition cost of $10,800, at the current tuition rate.
Students enroll in 3-6 credit hours per semester. Students in the degree and certificate programs are charged a one-time technology fee ($250) upon enrollment. Students in the degree program are also charged a one-time graduation fee ($60) upon enrollment.
Financial aid may be available for degree-seeking students enrolled in at least 3 credit hours per semester. Financial aid is not available for the certificate program.
Students seeking financial aid must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The Wake Forest University School of Law Title IV Code is
E00514. Individuals will not be considered for student loans until the FAFSA has been submitted to the U.S. Department of Education and a student aid report is received by the School of Law Financial Aid Office (FAO).
Upon admission to the MSL degree program and submission of a complete FAFSA, the FAO will calculate your financial eligibility. A customized package listing your eligibility for loans will be emailed to you.
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