The Master of Jurisprudence in Indian Law (MJIL) is for college graduates who are interested in learning about Indian law but may not wish to become lawyers.
It's also for lawyers who wish to gain additional expertise or expand their
practices. (Please note that this degree will not enable non-lawyers to sit for a bar exam). The MJIL is a 30-credit hour program offered entirely online. Classes will incorporate the latest materials, audio files, and video feeds in a curriculum designed to ensure efficient and active learning about practical issues of the day.
The MJIL is offered in conjunction with The Tulsa University College of Law's Native American Law Center in partnership with Concord Law School, a pioneer in online legal education. This unique affiliation now makes it possible for tribal lawyers and judges, as well as tribal leaders and administrators who possess a bachelor's degree, to expand and improve their knowledge of Indian law without having to leave Indian Country.
If you would like more information on the Master of Jurisprudence in Indian Law program, please fill out the form. Please also feel free to contact the program directors below with your questions.
- Shonday Harmon
- MJIL Co-Director