LL.M. Program Overview


Oklahoma City University School of Law invites international law graduates to apply for the Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in American Law. This law degree program is open to qualified applicants who hold first a law degree from a university outside the United States.

The School of Law will assist students in designing their own curriculum based on their interests and legal career goals. Students can choose a general curriculum or one that focuses on a particular field of American law, including:

  • American Indian Law
  • Business Law
    • Electronic Commerce Concentration
    • Financial Services and Commercial Law Concentration
  • Client Representation in Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Energy and Natural Resources Law
  • Estate Planning
  • Health Law
  • Public Law
  • Real Estate Law Practice

Click here to review a typical course schedule.


LL.M. American Law students may also earn course credit through our extensive Externship Program and gain valuable experience through Optional Internships at American law firms, government or corporate legal departments, NGOs or judicial chambers.


Oklahoma City University School of Law is located in the heart of the capital city of the State of Oklahoma — near the geographical center of the United States. Oklahoma City is one of America’s most livable and affordable cities. Its rich Native American culture, clean air and friendly people make Oklahoma City an attractive place to study and experience America. It was recently named one of only four must-visit cities in the United States by National Geographic Traveler.

If you’re not convinced, read the top 10 reasons to attend our law school.

Oklahoma City University is a private institution founded in 1904 and ranked 24th among America’s Western Regional Universities. The faculty at the School of Law is composed of 31 full-time law professors and more than 60 adjunct law professors who are actively engaged in the practice of law or are members of the judiciary.

If you are interested in our Oklahoma City law school program, you may want to learn more about our expertise in International Education and Sino-American Academic Exchanges.