Creighton University School of Law’s Part-Time J.D. Program allows busy adult learners to fit their legal education into their lives. Courses are offered throughout the day, year-round, including the summer. You can take up to six years to complete your J.D. When you graduate, you’ll hold the same respected law degree as your peers in the full-time program.
Applying to Creighton School of Law
The application for the part-time program follows the same process as the application for Creighton law school’s full-time program. To be eligible for the Part-time J.D. Program, you must:
- Hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university
- Take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT)
- Complete and submit a Creighton School of Law application, personal statement, resume, and two optional letters of recommendation through the Law School Admission Council (LSAC)
- Provide transcripts and other information to the LSAC Credential Assembly Service
Course Schedule and Curriculum
Part-time students are ineligible for scholarships. To be eligible for a scholarship you must be enrolled in our full-time J.D. program or our Accelerated J.D. program.