Whether you are a traditional student coming straight from a four-year school or a nontraditional student looking to add a juris doctor to your credentials, you will find the flexibility to build a class schedule that meets your needs.
Texas Wesleyan School of Law offers a full-time day, part-time day and evening juris doctorate program to fit the schedules of our diverse population of students. For each program, students are required to complete a 90-credit course of study and a 30-hour pro bono requirement through the Equal Justice Program.
The curriculum consists of lockstep courses (required courses), advanced required courses, core curriculum electives, and general curriculum electives. In addition to receiving a solid grounding in the basics of the law, the school’s curriculum provides many opportunities for students to take courses in a variety of specialized areas.