To keep supporting students during the Covid19 crisis, most graduate schools have moved their programs online. That means you have more options than ever when it comes to choosing an online Government Law and Policy program from which to earn your Master of Science in Law.
At first glance, these programs might look similar, but not all online learning is created equal. Courses originally produced for in-person instruction don’t translate directly to the digital space. The MSL from McGeorge School of Law, on the other hand, was designed for online learning.
Online learning might be your first choice, or you might be reluctantly investigating remote learning because you don’t want the pandemic to delay your goal of getting a master’s degree. In either case, choosing the right online learning program can make a big difference in the value you get from the program. As you decide between MSL programs, consider these factors: