The Juris Doctor program begins with a solid foundation in the general principles of law and its practice in a changing legal environment. Then we offer more than 100 upper-level courses, clinics, certificates and joint degree programs that empower students to tailor an education to fit their interests and career goals.
KU Law's International and Comparative Law program teaches international students the fundamentals of American law, while exploring issues of both public and private international law. Whether you are new to law school or have years of practice experience, KU Law offers a program to suit your needs.
Homeland security professionals work in an increasingly complex environment requiring high-level critical and creative thinking. Whether you’re a military officer or a government or private sector employee responsible for security operations and disaster preparedness, the M.S. in Homeland Security will advance your technical expertise and enhance your value to your organization.
Students interested in supplementing their education with an additional level of expertise in homeland security and cyber law can earn the online Graduate Certificate in Homeland Security: Law and Policy. The 12-hour certificate provides a foundation in homeland security and cyber security law with elective options in intelligence gathering and information security. Students who complete the certificate will be able to apply what they learn in a variety of professional settings.