The LL.M. in Immigration and Naturalization Law is a 24-credit degree program that can be completed in one academic year as a full-time student or in two academic years as a part-time student. Minimum semester course load, six (6) hours. Maximum semester course load, Twelve (12) hours.
The LL.M. Program provides an intensive academic program focused on current and emerging practice and policy issues in immigration and naturalization law. Distance learning is available through online coursework.
The program is currently accepting enrollment for in-state and domestic students.
International students are welcome to contact our Office for Admissions for additional information about enrollment procedures.
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Tuition for 24 credit hours:
*$17,000 - Other fees may apply.
For Non-Resident/Out-of-State Tuition:
Please contact the Office of Admissions at (713) 313-1149, for further information.
*This tuition rate assumes that a student completes 24 credits of coursework during the program at the in-state student rate. Students pay by the credit hour and will be charged additional tuition for coursework above 24 credits. The Thurgood Marshall School of Law is a state-assisted institution, with tuition and fees set by the Texas Legislature and the Texas Southern University Board of Regents and subject to change without notice.
For admission and tuition questions and concerns, please call (713) 313-1149.
Edward René, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid
Phone: (713) 313-1004
Kenyon Moore, Esq.
Assistant Director of Admissions
Phone: (713) 313-1149
in Immigration and Naturalization Law
Fernando Colon-Navarro, Esq.
Professor of Law and LL.M. Program Director
Phone: (713) 313-1918