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Plan of Study

What Can You Expect

Since the primary objective of the program is to prepare our students to practice elder law and estate planning, our courses will emphasize the practical aspects of planning for elders, drafting estate plans, and administering estates. To obtain the degree, each student will be required to complete 14 credit hours in required courses and a minimum of 10 credit hours in elective courses. As a final 4 credit project, every student will design and draft a comprehensive estate plan under the supervision of an experienced estate planner.

Required Courses (14 Credits) Note: Required Courses Do Not Need To Be Completed In The Order Listed Below.

Elective Courses (10 Credits) Note: Not All Electives Are Offered Every Semester, Rather, They Are Offered On A Rotating Basis.

Contact Information

Law Admissions Office
1215 Wilbraham Road
Springfield MA 01119

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