Susan Wawrose, DirectorGraduate Law Programs
Michael Jacobs, Distinguished Practitioner in ResidenceGraduate Law Programs
School of Law Financial Aid937-229-3555
Tuition and Costs for Graduate Programs
LL.M. & M.S.L. Student Budget for SUMMER 2014 - SPRING 2015
Because the University of Dayton is a private institution, tuition costs are the same for all students regardless of their current residency. The University of Dayton School of Law charges tuition per credit hour rather than per academic year. The cost per credit hour for the 2014–2015 academic year is $1,125.
LL.M. Candidates with UDSL J.D. (with full transfer credit)†
LL.M. Candidates with U.S. J.D. (does not reflect
International LL.M. (does not reflect transfer credits)†
|Tuition Costs Based On:||12 credit hours‡||24 credit hours||30 credit hours|
|Health, Counseling and Other Charges||$104||$208||$208|
|Books & Supplies (costs will vary)||$750||$1,500||$1,500|
|Estimated Living & Personal Expenses||$8,000||$16,000||$16,000|
†All LL.M. candidates possessing a U.S. law degree must complete 24 credit hours of coursework. International LL.M. candidates must complete 30 credit hours of coursework. All LL.M. candidates may apply for up to nine transfer credits for J.D. coursework in areas such as computer or advanced technology, intellectual property, media or entertainment law. Dayton Law J.D. graduates may apply for an additional three credit hours of transfer credit for a maximum of 12 credit hours.
Applicants interested in applying for transfer credit should read the full policy on transfer credits.
‡The amounts in this column assume that the LL.M. will be completed in one semester.