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Nondegree Seeking (NDS) Individual Law Courses

Whether you work in a highly regulated field or as an attorney, it’s essential to stay up to date on relevant legal issues and trends. We offer affordable online law courses to help refresh and sharpen your skills and address legal issues in your industry or your law career.

As a nondegree-seeking student or alumnus, you can take one or more individual courses in specific areas.

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    Cost per Credit Hour $495
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    Credits per Course 2–4
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    Alumni Discount $50 per Credit Hour
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Online Law Courses

At Concord Law School, you’ll have access to some of the best legal minds, sophisticated interactive educational technology, and a rigorous curriculum, all with the added advantage of online flexibility. Concord Law School’s single courses are designed for business owners or professionals working in business, IT, health care, government, human resources, education, or other relevant fields. Our single courses also help attorneys brush up on legal skills. To find out more or to enroll in our next term, please contact our admissions office at infoconcord@concordlawschool.edu or 877-787-8189. 

About Our Law Courses

Concord Law School single courses cover legal information in the areas of business, IT, health care, government, human resources, education, and more. Depending on the field you are in, you can gain industry-specific expertise to resolve disputes; become an advocate for patients, families, or other stakeholders; negotiate, draft, or review contracts; shape corporate or institutional policy; build knowledge to communicate better with attorneys; or advance within your organization or firm.

Upon successful completion of an online law course or courses as an NDS student, you will have the opportunity to transfer the credits earned toward Concord Law School’s Executive Juris Doctorate program. Our Executive Juris Doctor program is designed for those who are interested in gaining legal skills or knowledge but who are not interested in becoming a practicing attorney.

For detailed descriptions of our courses, view the Course Descriptions page in our law school catalog. Most courses are offered in our early January and/or late June term starts. (Note: not all courses are offered each term.)

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