Tulane University Employment Law Tuition and Financial Aid
As a working professional, you value your time as well as money, which is why the Online Master of Jurisprudence in Labor and Employment Law program is delivered in a way that allows you to fit it affordably and comfortably into your life and graduate in as few as just two years.
Employment Law Tuition and Fees
Tuition for the 30-credit-hour Online Master of Jurisprudence in Labor and Employment Law program is $1,100 per credit hour for the summer 2019 term. Tuition for the fall 2019 term is $1,150 per credit hour.*
Additional fees may include:
Any costs associated with needed educational resources (like textbooks, resources that might benefit you studying from home or on the go, etc.)
Depending on your courses, textbooks may cost approximately $750 per year (around $50 per credit hour)
- Travel expenses related to your one-time mandatory visit to the New Orleans campus for your Immersion Weekend, as students are responsible for their own lodging, airfare and transportation
Please contact an Admissions Advisor for more information on tuition and fees at 844-573-3929.
*Note: Tuition and fees are estimated and subject to change annually.
How to Finance Your Employment Law HR Degree
Continuing your education is an investment in your future, so it's important to understand the financial aid options that may be available to you:
You may qualify for financial aid, particularly federal student loans, which can be a critical tool in financing both a part- and full-time graduate education
Some employers offer tuition reimbursement programs to cover all or part of your tuition, so be sure to check with your manager or employer first
- You may be eligible for the GI Bill; to see if you quality, please contact our Veterans Affairs Office
For a better understanding of the financial aid options at Tulane Law School, please review our Introduction to Financial Aid below.
Federal Aid and Loan Checklist
Our financial aid staff is committed to helping you understand how financial aid works and to helping you secure the resources necessary to keep your education affordable. Our team of experts can provide you with guidance and support throughout the process of applying for federal student aid.
Students applying for the summer 2019 term should consult the summer 2019 loan checklist and its addendum for further help with the financial aid and loan process. All other students should consult the 2019-2020 academic year loan checklist.
Ready to Accept Your Loans?
When you have reviewed the basics of financial aid and the loan checklist and are ready to accept any financial aid awards you may have received, please review our guide outlining how to accept your financial aid awards online below.
Still Have Questions?
Can't find the answer to your financial aid or tuition questions here? Speak to an Admissions Advisor at 844-573-3929. We look forward to getting to know you and helping you in any way we can!