Contract courses are typically offered as part of law degrees through a law degree, such as Juris Doctor, or J.D. Prospective students will need an undergraduate degree, and strong GRE scores and A couple of accredited programs can be found in Arizona, such as those at the University of Arizona and Arizona State University. The list and table below contains profiles of these programs, as well as essential facts and figures such as campus setting and tuition.
Arizona State University
Arizona State University's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law offers a Juris Doctor degree that can be completed in about three years. The 88-credit curriculum includes courses in contract law, and students in this program will also take courses in torts, constitutional law, legal advocacy, and property law. The J.D. program also allows students to enhance their study experiences through interesting elective courses and study abroad possibilities.
University of Arizona
University of Arizona's James E. Rogers College of Law offers a J.D degree. This diverse degree features multiple specializations, meaning that students can concentrate on their preferred area of study. Possible concentrations include family & juvenile law, immigration policy, health law, and global mining law.
The school also offers a BA/JD dual-degree program that permits select students earn both a Bachelor of Arts in Law and the Juris Doctor in as little as six years of study. In order to be considered for admission, students must be majoring in law and a GPA of at least 3.3.
School Comparison: At a Glance
|School Name||School Type & Setting||Degrees Offered||Undergraduate Tuition & Fees (2018-2019)|
|Arizona State University||4-year, public; midsize city||Juris Doctor||$10,822 in-state; $28,336 out-of-state*|
|University of Arizona||4-year, public; large city||Juris Doctor||$12,467 in-state; $36,366 out-of-state*|
Source: *NCES College Navigator