Master of Laws
The Master of Laws (LLM) program is offered through the College of Law by the College of Graduate Studies and Research at the University of Saskatchewan. The LLM program is thesis-based and extends for about 18-24 months. It is a full-time, residence program offering supervision in a wide range of areas, including Aboriginal, commercial, constitutional, criminal and human rights law.
A well-funded, collegial and intimate program affords you quality time with your faculty supervisor, and opportunities for healthy discussion with faculty members. Enhance your academic experience through faculty seminars and guest lectures. As well, our college provides its graduate students with office space, teaching opportunities and the choice of taking courses through interdisciplinary graduate schools focused on environment and sustainability, public health and public policy.