Master of Science in Health Law
NSU Law's two-year Master of Science in Health Law program teaches non-lawyer, health care professionals the skills necessary to effectively identify, understand and deal with the intricate set of legal issues riddling today's health care environment. The program, taught by experts in the interrelationships of the practice of law and professional health care, is intensely focused on the significant role of the law in health care delivery, regulation, management and public policy.
The M.S. in Health law program is currently not open to attorneys, foreign attorneys, or law students in the US or any other country. The program does not prepare students to practice law or to sit for any bar examination.