PROGRAM TUITION: Juris (JD) Doctor and Executive Juris Doctor (EJD) Programs
Tuition is due annually.
Juris Doctor, $519 or $495 per credit hour charge for Juris Doctor and Executive Juris Doctor, respectively. Juris Doctor, $11,937 average annual tuition ($12,456 in the first year); Executive Juris Doctor, $11,880 average annual tuition.
The Juris Doctor degree is completed over 4 years (92 credit hours)
The Executive Juris DoctorSM degree is completed over 3 years (72 credit hours)
Technology Fee: $295 per term
For complete tuition and fees, refer to the Concord Tuition and Fees.
The graph to below compares the costs of a legal education at ABA-accredited schools to the costs of earning a JD degree at Concord Law School.
Source: American Bar Association, on the Internet at http://www.abarequireddisclosures.org/ (accessed December 2016). Calculation uses average tuition for ABA nonresident full-time students for a 3-year period. Concord Law School’s Juris Doctor is a part-time 4-year program, which equates to 3 years of full-time study.
Additional costs include: price of textbooks, computer equipment, personal digital certificate, your internet provider, and certain student services fees. These costs are estimated to be:
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*Representative booklists are found at http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/concordlawschool.htm
Concord can assist you in securing the financial support you need to attend law school. Options include a variety of federal and private lending programs, including military financial aid and a monthly payment plan. Discover a wealth of information and resources here: Paying for Law School
Concord Law School Scholarship Program
Concord established its scholarship program to further its mission of providing an affordable and accessible legal education. A limited number of scholarships are available for first-year students enrolling in the JD program who demonstrate the talent, drive, and academic ability to become successful law school students. For more information, please review the scholarship policies and procedures.