As an interdisciplinary liberal arts program, the master's degree draws on perspectives from African American studies, anthropology, criminology, political science, sociology, history, law, and women's, gender and sexuality studies. The degree is housed within the OHIO Center for Law, Justice & Culture, an interdisciplinary teaching and research center focusing on law in relation to the social and political challenges of the 21st century. The center's faculty are leading researchers with national and global expertise on diverse forms of law in contemporary, historical, and comparative contexts.
Online Master's in Law, Justice & Culture
Elevating Societal Understanding with a Master's in Law, Justice & Culture
This innovative and flexible master's degree in Law, Justice & Culture trains students in critical analysis of law as it operates in relation to society, culture, politics, and power in specific contexts, including the United States as well as other western and non-western legal traditions.
This program prepares its graduates for careers in research and policy, public agencies, advocacy organizations, private companies, and NGOs, as well as law school and Ph.D. programs.
- 100% online
- 32 credits at your own pace — Most finish in 4 semesters
- This program has 3 starts per year (fall, spring, summer)
- Designed for working professionals, especially those in law or law-related fields
- No GRE required
Flexibility is at the heart of our program. Should you desire an immersive in-person academic journey, our student-centric approach empowers you to transition between modalities, ensuring that your educational experience remains tailored to your aspirations.