New Cross-University Course Benefit from @WashULaw

@WashULaw is expanding its academic opportunities for its students today with the announcement of a cross-university course enrollment initiative. Students enrolled in @WashULaw’s online Master of Laws (LL.M.) in U.S. Law from the Washington University School of Law will have the opportunity to take courses beyond their LL.M. curriculum from a network of prestigious graduate schools that share the same technology partner, 2U, Inc.

@WashULaw students can supplement their LL.M. curriculum with online courses from the following six graduate programs:*

  • MPH@GW: The online Master of Public Health from the Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University
  • MPA@UNC: The online Master of Public Administration from the University of North Carolina School of Government
  • MBA@UNC: The online Master of Business Administration from the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School
  • International Relations Online: The online Master of Arts in International Relations from the American University School of International Service
  • MSW@USC: The online Master of Social Work from the University of Southern California School of Social Work
  • USC Rossier Online: The online Master of Arts in Teaching from the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education

Unlike the new dual LL.M. degree with the EGAP Graduate School of Government and Public Policy of Tecnológico de Monterrey, the cross-university course initiative is not offered for credit toward a degree. It is solely an academic benefit through which students can build their expertise — and their resume — in an entirely new area, such as business, nonprofit management or public health.

To learn more about this exciting new offering, visit the cross-university course benefit page on our website or contact us at admissions@online.wustl.edu.

* Please note that each university participating in this initiative has its own rules and restrictions regarding the enrollment of @WashULaw students in its courses. For more details, please visit our website or speak to an admissions counselor.