Part Time J.D.
Part-time students take courses with full-time students, but at a more flexible pace.
Part-time students who desire to be employed for more than 20 hours per week, or for other reasons need a more flexible schedule, will generally be able to earn their J.D. in four to five calendar years.
Part-time students must enroll in a minimum of 8 and a maximum of 12 credit hours per semester and must complete the same 90-credit-hour curriculum requirements as full-time students.
Because part-time students can take fewer hours each semester than full-time students, they have increased flexibility to select courses that fit
within their personal and professional timeframes. However, the majority of the courses will be taken during the daytime, so applicants must have flexibility with their employers to attend daytime classes.
Fall Semester (10-12 credit hours) Spring Semester (9-12 credit hours)
Please see required courses for additional course sequence information.
|"The part-time law program at Regent University provides an unmatched opportunity for professional individuals who seek to broaden their horizons or change their life's direction. The program is rigorous and requires a tremendous level of personal commitment on the part of the law student. I have found this part-time law program among the most challenging endeavors that I have ever undertaken, but it is also among the most rewarding." Dan Tanner, CDR USN