Master of Laws in Air and Space Law
To be considered for the LL.M. program in Air and Space Law, an applicant must have a J.D. degree (Juris Doctor) from an ABA accredited U.S. law school or a first law degree (J.D., LL.B., and Bachelor of Laws) from a foreign law school. To see a list of minimum degree requirements to obtain the law degree by country, visit the LSAC Minimum Degree Requirements website.
In evaluating applications, the Admissions Committee takes into consideration the applicant’s grades and rank in his or her law school and other university studies, letters of recommendation, areas of interest, proposed thesis topic, and professional and personal accomplishments.
Graduate Certificate in Air and Space Law
To be considered for the Graduate Certificate in Air and Space Law, an applicant must have a bachelor’s degree in a relevant subject matter. Preference will be given to working professionals in aerospace industries and students currently enrolled in a graduate program of a relevant discipline.
In evaluating applications, the Admissions Committee takes into consideration the applicant’s grades and rank in his or her undergraduate degree, letters of recommendation, areas of interest, and professional and personal accomplishments.
English Language Requirement
The University of Mississippi School of Law requires official score reports for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) before admitting an applicant whose primary language is not English. The minimum score required is 100 on the TOEFL Internet-based test, 600 on the TOEFL paper-based test, or 7.0 on the IELTS. For further details on the English language requirement, please visit the International Students page.
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