Loyola Law School, Los Angeles' Master of Science in Legal Studies (M.L.S.) program provides recent graduates and working professionals alike with the legal knowledge and critical thinking skills to succeed in their chosen fields. Through a one-year full time program, or a two-year part time program, the M.L.S. program equips students for success in their careers or in future study. Students choose from one of five specializations, or design their own curriculum to support their goals. The specializations – Business Law, Criminal Justice, Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Law, Entertainment Law, and Sports Law – will provide comprehensive exposure in subjects knowledge of the law can increase your effectiveness and set you apart from your peers. Many of the courses required for the Master of Science in Legal Studies degree will be taken with Loyola's notable faculty, often with J.D. students. The program can be completed on a full or part time basis to provide greater flexibility for your schedule and lifestyle.