The School of Law has a variety of courses at different levels, so there is something to suit everyone.
The School of Law at Ulster University provides innovative, academically rigorous teaching, at the forefront of legal practice and academic research.
Undergraduate Law Degrees are taught part-time and full-time at both the Magee and Jordanstown Campuses. An undergraduate Law degree can also be combined with another subject area, including Accounting, Human Resource Management, Irish or Marketing.
Postgraduate courses at the School of Law include Master of Laws programmes in a range of diverse subject areas including: Clinical Legal Education; Commercial Law; Human Rights Law and Transitional Justice; and, Gender, Conflict and Human Rights.
The School of Law also offers a number of CPD Short Courses in the fields of Transitional Justice, Legal Technology, Copyright Law, Employment Law and Derivatives.