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Concord law school is a public institution that was established in the year 198 in Los Angels, California. Concord was the first law school in the US and offers student various traditional law school programs online, including interactive live classes. Concord Law School is part of Purdue University Global, a public, nonprofit school within the respected Purdue University system.
The motto of the institution is “The best law school may be the one that comes to you”, by following this motto the institute focuses on providing quality education to its students and helping them in making a good career.
Concord Law School is the leading online legal education provider in the U.S., offering various degrees online as well on campus. Numerous students have graduated from this law school since it opened its virtual doors in the year 1998. Today, the School is part of prestigious Purdue University Global, and are committed to offering various courses both online and offline. Many students who enroll for their courses will be working individual who is generally fro the part the place where they have no access to the law schools
Concord offers 2 Juris Doctor (J.D.) law degrees, Individual law course offerings, and Executive Juris Doctor. The college offers these degrees through both online and offline (campus) medium.
The institute is accredited regionally by the Higher Learning Commission, and the law school is registered as a Distance Learning Law School in the unaccredited category with the Committee of Bar Examiners of the State Bar of California
Concord Law School is a very renowned institute in its field of providing education to the law students. The college is doing great and has earned some rankings given below-
148 in Best Law Schools.
54 in Part-time Law Schools.
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The applicants who wish to apply for the institute must have to go through the requirements of the program they want to enroll in. There is a process to be followed for admission.
The applicants are asked to fill up the online application form and sign the enrollment agreement online.
This is a mandatory exam every applicant has to give who is interested in getting admitted to the college. The exam can be taken from home, office according to convenience.
After completion of the application online, the applicants are asked to submit the necessary required documents or university transcripts in order to get considered for admission.
There are certain requirements also to be fulfilled by the applicants to get admitted to the institute. The requirements are-
Applicants who earned their bachelor's degree from an institution accredited by an accrediting organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (such as the Distance Education and Accrediting Commission) will be considered for admission to Concord's law programs. In general, students should have a 3.0 or better cumulative grade point average from their undergraduate work.
There is no application deadline for applying to the institute and for further details and admission applicants can visit the admission section of The College Monk website.
Concord’s mission is to award their students with a first-rate legal education at much more affordable rates than private law school or even state-run public institutions. The tuition payments are directly payable to the school and it can be incorporated into the student’s monthly payment plan. The institute focuses more on providing quality education to its students at an affordable rate. The institute is helpful to their students and to them who are in need of it. The fee structure of various program is as follows-
This is completed over 4 years (92 credits)
$295 resource fee per term
$11,937 average annual tuition ($12,456 for the first 2 years)
This is completed over 3 years (72 credits)
$11,880 average annual tuition
The following additional costs are estimates:
Textbooks: $1,200 per year; representative book lists are available.
Computer equipment: $1,000
Online provider: $239 per year
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Concord can assist you in securing the financial support you need to attend law school. Options include a variety of federal and private lending programs, including military financial aid and a monthly payment plan. Concord established its scholarship program to further its mission of providing an affordable and accessible legal education
A limited number of scholarships are available for first-year students enrolling in the JD program who demonstrate the talent, drive, and academic ability to become successful law school students. Federal employees and state government employees in California, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, Utah, and Virginia are eligible to receive a 10% tuition reduction.
The student will need to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form to apply for Federal Student Aid. The student’s actual eligibility amounts will be determined from the information reported on the FAFSA.
For further information and details, students can ask the Financial Aid Advisor appointed by the institute for any help needed by the students.
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