Health Law
Master of Laws in Health Law (LLM)
Health law is one of the most complex and frequent areas of litigation. Through the Master of Laws in Health Law program, lawyers can add value to their practice through comprehensive immersion in health law. The program prepares lawyers for careers in advanced counseling, litigation and transactional work.

Master of Jurisprudence in Health Law (MJ) for non-lawyers Online ONLY!
Widener Law's Master of Jurisprudence in Health Law is one of the few such programs in the country, offering a distinctive opportunity for individuals interested in expanding their understanding of the legal and regulatory health care environment. An ONLINE program for non-lawyers designed to accommodate working professionals, Widener Law's award winning program is accredited by both the Compliance Certification Board (CCB) and the Health Care Compliance Association (HCAA).

Doctor of Juridical Science in Health Law (SJD)
This doctoral program is designed for attorneys with a strong scholarly interest in health law and policy. By facilitating a focused scholarly effort on a specific health law topic, you will further enhance your health law expertise through the production of an academic work of publishable quality. Applicants must hold a JD and either an LLM in Health Law or a related field, or a Master’s in Health Administration or Public Health.

Doctor of Laws in Health Law (DL) for non-lawyers
This doctoral program allows you as a Master of Jurisprudence (MJ) or Master of Juridical Science (MSJ) degree holder to engage in in-depth research and complete a substantial written scholarly work, thereby enhancing your expertise in health law and policy.