Program Costs


 

The Baylor Law Executive LL.M. is the only Executive LL.M. in Litigation Management in the country – and it’s economically and efficiently designed with the working professional in mind, allowing you to continue your practice and quickly integrate your new skills into your practice. Scholarships and employer partnership benefits are available.

 

Funding your Executive LL.M. in Litigation Management

Hear from Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Katherine Sims as she walks you through the costs associated with Baylor’s Executive LL.M. in Litigation Management, as well as available financing options.

 
ADDITIONAL SCHOLARSHIP AND FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION


 

TUITION AND FEES

Click on a program year to see an overview of tuition and fees.

 

 

Tuition per trimester for the 2022-2023 program year (based on 12 credit hours) is $17,652.

Tuition for the 2022-2023 three-trimester program is $52,956
($42,956, with current $10,000 scholarship)

For detailed information regarding tuition, click here.

 

 

 

Tuition and Fees per trimester for the 2021-2022 program year (based on 12 credit hours) are $18,346.

Tuition and Fees for the 2021-2022 three-trimester program are $55,038
($45,038, with current $10,000 scholarship)

For detailed information regarding tuition and fees, click here.

 

 



 

Cost of attendance (COA)

COA is determined by law (Higher Education Act, Sec. 472). The law specifies the types of costs that are included in the COA, is an estimate of the total direct and indirect costs to attend Baylor University, reflects the maximum amount of aid that a student is eligible for, and is required to be published. These figures don't apply to the Executive LL.M. in Litigation Management as it is not a residential program.

 

 

The Cost of Attendance per trimester for the 2022-2023 three-trimester program can be found here.
For 'Track,' select 'Online.' For 'Online Program,' select 'LLM - Master of Laws'

 

 

 



 
 
Headshot of Aaron Mutnick

Aaron Mutnick

Legal Risk Manager,
Amazon
Executive LL.M. Graduate

"You should join the LL.M. if you want to become a thought leader in litigation management, if you want to enhance your practice or the business of your clients. Because by understanding that you can realize value in true dollars and cents when you have the right plan, the right people, the right tools, all of those things being put into play through practical application make it an easy dollar and cents economic decision to make."

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