Why Hofstra Law online programs?

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The world of health care is constantly changing. From the American legal system and public health care costs to drug development and health information technology, the landscape will continue to transform well into the future, driving the need for more professionals in the industry. If you’re interested in making an impact in health care, gaining your master’s degree is key.

You have various options to choose from if you’re interested in going back to school to study health law and policy. Here’s why you should choose Hofstra Law:

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Enjoy the flexibility of online learning

Not every professional has the option to work full time and attend traditional on-campus classes. Both Hofstra Law programs are 100-percent online, offering flexibility for professionals who don’t have the bandwidth to take time off of work to attend classes at a university. Instead, you can work on your time, at your pace and from the comfort of your home.

Don’t worry about taking the LSAT, GMAT or GRE

Many graduate programs require you to present LSAT, GMAT or GRE scores during the admissions process. At Hofstra Law, this isn’t the case. We’d rather focus on your past professional and academic experience to decide if you qualify for one of the programs. To get in, you’re required to present either a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited program for the Master of Arts in Health Law and Policy or Master of Arts in American Legal Studies programs. You will need a Bachelor of Laws degree for the Master of Law in Health and Law Policy or the Master of Laws in American Law program. Along with your application, you must submit your resume, official academic transcripts, a professional statement and two letters of recommendation.

Gain education from a highly ranked and accredited school

Some may turn down the idea of attending classes online because they’re worried about the quality of the learning experience and educational material. However, the Maurice A. Deane School of Law of Hofstra University is accredited by the Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar of the American Bar Association. Additionally, the university was ranked among the “Best Law Schools” by U.S. News & World Report and was named one of the “Top 50 Most Entrepreneurial Universities in the Nation” by Forbes.

Our Hofstra Law programs are designed to make gaining your degree easily attainable without cutting back on quality education. For more information, contact an enrollment advisor today.

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