What are the minimum requirements to apply for admission to the Real Property LLM Distance Learning program?
All applicants must have earned a J.D. or LL.B. degree from a law school approved by the American Bar Association or an equivalent law degree from an international law school. Applicants whose native language is not English are required to take the TOEFL exam. Admission to the degree program requires completion of a graduate student application. Selection is based on evidence of intellectual capacity, strength of the applicant's law school and professional records, and evidence of the applicant's commitment and ability to overcome difficulties in attaining specialized education and skills. Applications are reviewed and acted on promptly after all required documents are received.
How much is the cost of tuition for the Real Property LLM Distance Learning Program?
The cost of the Real Property LLM Distance Learning program is dependent on the number of credits you take during the semester. The cost per-credit for the Distance Learning program is the same cost per-credit for the Miami Law JD program. The most up-to-date cost figures are located on the Financial Aid website.
How many credits can I take per semester for the Real Property LLM Distance Learning program?
The minimum number of credits you can take is 1 credit and the maximum number of credits is 7 credits per semester.
What if I want to take more than 7 credits per semester?
This program is designed as a part-time program. The maximum number of credits is 7 per semester.
How long does it take to complete the Real Property LLM Distance Learning program?
The program is designed to be completed in 2 years. Please click here to see an example of a 2-year track.
Are there a maximum number of years allowed to complete the program?
Yes. The program must be completed within 5 years.
If you have further questions, please contact Connie Bowers, the Program Coordinator, at 305-284-1754 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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"The online LLM in Real Property Development was fantastic. I really appreciated the ability to learn remotely, on my own time, while working full-time. The videos of the classes were useful because I could always replay a segment I needed to hear again to absorb the information and the professors were very responsive to e-mail."
Megan K. Palmer
Nixon Peabody LLC
"UM's distance learning program for its Real Property Development LLM allowed me to expand my knowledge and skills on a flexible schedule while still pursuing a full-time associate job. The system used by the program was simple and allowed me to view classes on my schedule. While there is an obvious difference from taking the classes in person, the professors were all available and eager to ensure that I as a distance learner obtained the full benefit of the program."