On campus classes are scheduled mornings and afternoons on Saturdays and Sundays, and last for 3 hours each. Students can enroll in 6, 9 or 12 credits each semester.
Students have the option to complete their entire legal education taking classes only on the weekend. Weekend classes start in September at the Lansing campus and May at the Auburn Hills and Tampa Bay campuses. Below is one typical schedule you might take in the weekend program. But you have many options. Email us at email@example.com for more information on scheduling options.
Term 1: Introduction to Law, Contracts I, Property I, Torts I, Criminal Law
Term 2: ARC Skills Seminars (recommended), Contracts II, Property II, Torts II, Civil Procedure I
Term 3: Personal and Professional Responsibility, Research & Writing, Criminal Procedure, Civil Procedure II
Term 4: Constitutional Law I, Taxation, Evidence
Term 5: Constitutional Law II, Wills, Estates & Trusts, Business Organizations
Term 6: Secured Transactions, Remedies, Choice of one: Pretrial Skills, Sales, or Administrative Law
Term 7: Advanced Writing, Electives
Term 8: Practice Bar Exam (recommended), Electives
Term 9: Bar Preparation Course (recommended), Electives